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Privacy laws are legal regulations that aim to protect the privacy and personal information of individuals.
Designed to govern the collection, use, storage, and sharing of personal data by businesses, the primary objectives of privacy laws are to ensure that individuals have control over their personal information and to prevent its misuse.
But how have these laws developed over time? And between website friction to removal requests, what complications arise with privacy law compliance and how can these be more efficiently navigated?
In this episode of the EM360 Podcast, Analyst Richard Stiennon speaks to Meaghan McCluskey, Associate General Counsel at TrustArc, about:
- Where privacy laws came from, and how they got to where they are now
- Penalties for non-compliance
- Downsides of privacy law compliance
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