What’s wrong with the Privacy Policy?

Privacy policies do not provide a useful tool for organisations to manage privacy expectations. They don’t provide meaningful information to people about what is really happening to their data.  And there is very little privacy information that people can use to protect privacy themselves in a privacy policy.

A  privacy policy is missing shared state, it is like trying to tell people what time to meet at, without having a clock so everyone can be on time.  

OpenConsent has recognized this problem as a key challenge to privacy and personal sense of security. This is why we work with industry, standards bodies, academics and government to get to address this issue.  

If this is something your organisation cares about addressing. Get in touch, privacy (at) OpenConsent.com

EditorialMark Lizar