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Selling With Trust: Privacy Policy Requirements for Course Creators


You are about to learn about why course-based websites may be required to have Privacy Policies. Privacy is becoming a bigger and bigger deal. Consumers are expecting website owners to respect their privacy, and non-compliance fines can be quite expensive simply for failing to disclose your own privacy practices.

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Stay Cyber Safe: Data Privacy Courses

eLearning Brothers

At the end of 2019, the Pew Research Center released a report detailing how Americans feel about the privacy of their personal information and data. The cliff notes version? Not good.

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Data Privacy Beyond Compliance: why data privacy should be a part of every employee’s job


The data privacy landscape is constantly evolving, and it is difficult for many of us to keep pace with all these upcoming (and already passed) laws and policies around the world – for example, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”).

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Poll Everywhere’s commitment to customer security and privacy

Poll Everywhere

Poll Everywhere understands its customer’s interest in security and privacy, and believes it important to acknowledge as much. The post Poll Everywhere’s commitment to customer security and privacy appeared first on Poll Everywhere Blog.

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Ensuring Compliance with Student Data Privacy Regulations

Why Should Educational Institutions Care About Data Privacy? This whitepaper talks about- 1. Countries with Highest Use of Tech in Classrooms 2. Complications with Digital Tools 3. What is Student Data? Legal and Ethical Obligation and more

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Why is data privacy important to global business practices?

Interactive Services

Data privacy and protection has become mission critical for organizations on a global scale—from corporate training to business operations to interactions with customers. More than two-thirds of countries have enacted privacy laws, and customers are not buying from organizations who don't make extra effort to protect their data.

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Disprz Achieves GDPR Compliance: Building Trust Via Data Privacy


Some of these measures include: New User Onboarding: This includes age, location, identifying minors, updating privacy policies, and tracking user consent. By achieving GDPR compliance, we’re showing our clients, prospects, and colleagues that we take data privacy and security seriously.