What are you doing with the data you collect when users visit your website? Are you using third-party cookies to mine session information for advertising purposes? Are you collecting data about browser versions, browsing history and search behavior?
Website Privacy Policies Provide Much-Needed Clarity
C-suite executives, advertisers, sales staff and even IT pros want access to website data, which includes everything from links clicked to pages viewed and time spent on the site. And, as noted by CNet, the rise of Bluetooth-enabled devices has made it possible to push location-relevant content to consumers and collect information about where users are and what they're doing with their devices. Not surprisingly, this has generated some pushback, with sites being questioned about how they'll use Bluetooth data and where it will be stored. In at least one case, this resulted in changes to privacy policies that removed any mention of Bluetooth data collection.
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