When starting a new business, the founders are often juggling many different needs at once. Between the idea, the people, the money, the website, the product or service, and a host of other things in the back of the mind, there is a lot going on. The last thing a new business owner wants to think about is the legal issues surrounding starting a new company. In this series of articles, I will walk through some of the important aspects of a business that may get overlooked by start-ups that should not be overlooked.
A business must properly disclose how they use customer’s, visitor’s, and user’s data and how the data is collected. A business must also disclose who in their company has access to the customer’s, visitor’s, and user’s data.
- California Online Privacy Protection Act
- Privacy Shield
- EU GDPR
- Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule
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