5 Concepts to Consider When Drafting a Privacy Policy

By Mark L. Farina, Klineburger & Nussey   Privacy policies, we have all seen them.  Whether large booklets of small type, pop-up messages requiring an affirmative “click,” or long scrolling lists of dense text, their universal intent is to inform users about the collection and interaction of data they provide.  For this article, “users” refers
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