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White House Updates Privacy Policy So Everyone Understands Their Comments Are Public

Want to complain about the government on the White House website, Twitter account, or Facebook page? A privacy policy update released by the Obama administration makes it clear your comments are public information, while trying to ease American’s concerns over government surveillance programs. 404 more words

New Online Privacy Policy Allows White House To Take Twitter, Facebook Comments To Use For Public Advocacy

WASHINGTON (AP) — A new Obama administration privacy policy released Friday explains how the government will gather the user data of online visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, mobile apps and social media sites, and it clarifies that online comments, whether tirades or tributes, are in the open domain. 906 more words

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General Mills' New Policy: If You Engage With Us Online, You Can Never Sue The Company

Companies want customers to engage with them online as if they’re just another pal on Facebook or Twitter, one that can offer downloadable coupons and promote contests with attractive prizes. 909 more words

Are You Protecting Your Customers’ Data?

Looking after our customers’ data has been high up on any good marketers list for a long time. The Data Protection Act 1998 has ensured of that. 455 more words

Marketing

Google: We Are Scanning Your Email

Google updated its privacy policies on Tuesday to make it 100% clear to you that it is scanning your email. The new privacy policy has this new addition: 277 more words

Security

.12. Updated White House Online Privacy Policy

On March 19 the White House announced they were updating their online privacy policy. The new revised policy will take effect on April 18, 2014.  275 more words

Privacy Policy

I read the privacy policy for Pinterest and it seems like the standard policy for most social networks. They use the information provided if given consent via their user agreement. 106 more words