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 January 3, 2012  Breaches, Misc

The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (PRC) has announced the launch of an interactive online complaint center designed to serve as a clearinghouse for consumer privacy complaints. PRC says its staff will review and respond to every complaint, providing individuals with individualized information and strategies to address their problem.

Complaints submitted to the PRC will be forwarded upon the consumer’s request to the appropriate governing body.
You can check it all out at http://www.privacyrights.org/complaint.

The online complaint center is a collaborative project in partnership with the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic at UC-Berkeley. The project was funded by grants from the Rose Foundation and California Consumer Protection Foundation.

  2 Responses to “Privacy Rights Clearinghouse launches online consumer privacy complaint center”

  1. The small blue (F Share) box that appears in the middle of my page..
    on almost every site I’m on is irritating and bothersome. Often hiding
    text that I want to read. Is there a way to keep this (F Share) blue box
    off of my screen???

    • No, no, no, Ron… you’re supposed to file your complaints on PRC’s site, not mine. 🙂

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