Wednesday, May 03, 2006
Study: U.S. More Advanced Than Europe in Privacy Practices
European companies are much more likely to have privacy practices that restrict or limit the sharing of customer or employees' sensitive personal information and are also more likely to provide employees with choice or consent on how information is used or shared," said David Bender, head of White & Case's Global Privacy practice. "But the research also revealed that U.S. companies are engaging in more security and control-oriented compliance activities than their European counterparts. As a result, U.S. corporations scored higher in five of the eight areas of corporate privacy practice."
Full text of press release is available at:http://www.whitecase.com/News/Detail.aspx?news=1091
Rodney D. Ryder