Privacy Guidance & Best Practice
- Privacy policies for Children
- Safe Harbor Certification
- The Importance of Safe Harbor Certification
- Privacy Breach
- NHS care.data delayed
- CASL - Canadian Anti Spam Legislation
- Changes to Safe Harbor certification
- Facebook Instant Personalization
- Safe Harbor vs Binding Corporate Rules
- Safe Harbor 2.0
- GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation
The following documents give guidance on ensuring that the information you collect from your customers is done so in a secure and legal manner.
They also contain best practice information.
CASL - Canadian Anti Spam Leglislation
Facebook Instant Personalization
Information on how to prevent Facebook sharing your information with permission.
A new virus, called Koobface, is spreading via the social networking site Facebook.
Safe Harbor is a privacy requirement for companies based in the US collecting information from EU citizens.
Facebook privacy tips
Facebook is quickly becoming the most popular social network on the internet, with people sharing vast amounts of personal information with friends and family, and also strangers. A few simple tips can ensure that your private information, stays private.
A quick guide to a number of terms used on this website, and in relation to online privacy.
Spyware programs are a growing threat on the internet. These seemingly harmless programs monitor your PC and can send vital information, such as your bank details, to third parties.
Disaster Recovery Planning
Storing customer and visitor information in a secure environment is critical, but so is a robust disaster recovery plan that will ensure you can recover the information and protect it in the event of the un-thinkable.
The rapid growth of online commerce has spurred federal regulators into action to protect consumer privacy rights. Companies that use their websites for collection or dissemination of consumers' personal information should be aware of standards imposed by newly-enacted federal law and the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") to regulate such practices.
Privacy policies have recently become the drafting project du jour for cyberspace law practitioners. This new wave of enthusiasm can be attributed to at least three recent phenomena.