How Cos. Can Build Effective Data Privacy Appeals Processes

Date: March 17, 2021

Publication: Law360

Steven G. Stransky, partner and vice chair of Thompson Hine’s Privacy & Cybersecurity group, recently published an article, “How Companies Can Build Effective Data Privacy Appeals Processes,” on Law360.

Finding commonality among the states’ disparate data protection requirements is key for businesses to streamline their compliance programs, and one requirement in particular – maintaining a formal data privacy rights appeals process – is gaining significant traction within various states. Accordingly, businesses should build a comprehensive appeals program that satisfies multiple state requirements. However, there are a broad range of legal requirements and issues that a business should address to ensure its data privacy rights appeals process is both practical and efficient

For more on the recent trends in state privacy laws and best practices for companies to consider, click here to read or download the full article (PDF).

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