Within that 100 word and 8th grade reading level policy must be specifications clearly explaining how personal information will be shared, and whether it will be sold. Said Chau, “I think many privacy policies actually create a false sense of privacy for the average consumer. They’re just so long that people skip over them and click ‘accept’ without knowing what they’re signing onto.”
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