- be designed to allay consumers concerns about the manner in which their PI is being treated and make them feel comfortable about doing business with you; and
- satisfy the legal requirements of POPI and the sectoral Codes of Practice provided for in POPI – if you are doing business on a global basis, you will also have to comply with international privacy laws.
Furthermore, many organisations assume that once their privacy policies are in place, that the job is completed. This is a mistake. Every time content or services are added, or website functionalities change, there is a risk of exposing users to privacy breaches and contravening POPI.
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