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Learning From the Past: Applying Concepts of the S&O Act to Restore Consumer Trust

The current global #dataprivacy situation resembles the accountability crisis during the early 2000s US accounting scandals. Lack of oversight, #transparency, and #regulation has led to confusion and distrust. By emulating successful models like the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies can regain consumer trust by treating privacy policies like #financialstatements, standardized and audited. The proposal includes #privacy #controls similar to financial internal controls and a Privacy Cube framework for #riskmanagement, ultimately aiming to rebuild #consumertrust in #data handling.


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