Feb 062013
 February 6, 2013  Posted by  Business

Today, the ACLU released a new guide for tech companies: ACLU Guide: Tips for Companies on Protecting User Privacy and Free Speech in 2013

Nicole Ozer writes:

Last year was jam-packed with stories of companies making costly mistakes on user privacy and free speech. To help companies get a fresh start in 2013, the ACLU of California has just released the new edition of Privacy and Free Speech: It’s Good for Business. This primer (and companion website) is a practical, how-to guide illustrating how businesses can build privacy and free speech protections into their products and services – and what can happen if they don’t.

The guide features dozens of real-life casestudies from A(mazon) to Z(ynga) and updated recommendations for policies and practices to take the guesswork out of avoiding expensive lawsuits, government investigations, and public relations nightmares. It walks companies through essential questions and lays out steps to spot potential privacy and free speech issues in products and business models and address these issues head-on.

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