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Re: Report: U.S. Businesses Fail 'Safe Harbor' Data Privacy Test
Posted by: Michael Mahoney 2001-08-17 16:44:25
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Multinational companies based in the U.S. have a
long way to go to ensure the privacy of
customer data, particularly data transferred via the Internet,
according to a study released Thursday by Andersen.


"The reality of today's global economy, especially
the use of the Internet as a channel for conducting
business, has amplified the need to focus on
individual privacy," said Russ Gates, managing
partner of Andersen's risk consulting services.


Re: Report: U.S. Businesses Fail 'Safe Harbor' Data Privacy Test
Posted by: Galo I Vargas 2001-08-30 16:30:15 In reply to: Michael Mahoney
How do I get a copy of "Andersen's/Russ Gates" report on US businesses & how they are coping with "safe harbor" requirements?

Re: Report: U.S. Businesses Fail 'Safe Harbor' Data Privacy Test
Posted by: Saundra 2001-08-20 17:47:06 In reply to: Michael Mahoney
I have been looking EVERYwhere for a copy of this study. How do I get it?
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