Stories From The Issue Of » August 20, 2001
Privacy: Can Businesses Build Trust And Exploit Opportunity?
As the opportunities to use personal data for marketing grow, companies search for how to strike the right balance between delivering the service customers want and the privacy they expect
Customer Data Means Money
Businesses are buying and selling customer data in a dizzying number of ways
Privacy Law Requires Hard Work
The 1999 privacy act means banks must make an ongoing effort to communicate with customers
- Privacy Tools and Services Debut
- Microsoft Adopts P3P In Internet Explorer 6.0
- P3P: Protector Of Consumers' Online Privacy
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