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 July 23, 2009  Posted by  Online

We all know no one reads privacy policies. What do the top websites really include in them? In its mission to get anonymous public data, The Common Data Project a New York City-based non-profit, is on a mission to eliminate the barriers that privacy policies pose.

In a new report, they analyzed ten of the most popular Web properties on the Internet, and several more emerging ones. Here’s how what they put in their policies affects your privacy, and how other enterprises can imitate their best practices.

Read more on ReadWrite Enterprise.

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