Jan 292014
 
 January 29, 2014  Business

John Eggerton reports:

The Digital Marketing Association Tuesday said it would be releasing new guidelines next month for best practices for data-break (sic) protection. Those include collecting only necessary data and being clear on how it will be used, as well as regularly “cleaning and purging” data.

The announcement came on Data Privacy Day, when many Washington policymakers were focused on data privacy and security issues.

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