How do you define privacy?
What does privacy mean? Broadly speaking, privacy is the right to be let alone, or freedom from interference or intrusion. Information privacy is the right to have some control over how your personal information is collected and used. via
Collectively, information privacy policies are important to IT, compliance officers, and others in the business because if customers/clients inform the company that they do not want their personal information collected or shared, companies must abide by these decisions; data on these individuals can't be sold or via
Why do we need privacy notices?
First, it promotes transparency, giving individuals the chance to see what data is being collected, why and how it's being used, and how long it will be kept. Second, it gives individuals the information they need to decide whether to exercise their data subject rights. via
Can I copy someone elses terms and conditions?
First of all, copying someone else's terms and conditions and using them in your business is certainly plagiarism, but more critically, it's an infringement of copyright. Copyright is owned by the creator of the work, which is not necessarily the person who is using them. via
Is it illegal to copy someone's terms and conditions?
Copying someone else's terms and conditions is illegal. Under US copyright laws, terms and conditions are copyright protected. Your competitors don't have to look hard to find out that you stole their policies. In the best-case scenario, you get a cease and desist from your competitor. via
Is it okay to copy someone else's idea?
It's illegal (and a bit shady too).
Put another way, copying another company's Terms is the same as copying someone's code, photo, book, or song and passing it off as your own. Even though the thing you copied is a legal document, copyright law still applies. via