OTA puts privacy notices against GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA

The Internet Society’s Online Trust Alliance examined 1,200 privacy notices to see whether companies are compliant with existing and upcoming privacy laws. The OTA looked at 29 categories within the privacy notices and matched them with requirements found within the EU General Data Protection Regulation, Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act and the upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act. The OTA found less than 1% of privacy notices had languages about which third parties may access user data, and only 32% of notices were deemed “readable� based on standards created by the alliance.
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