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A privacy seal program (also called an online privacy seal program) is

an independent, third-party enforcement program that provides a way to monitor company practices and enforce privacy policies. They are designed to provide protection to consumers by allowing Web companies to standardize privacy policies. Privacy seal programs include, among others, TRUSTe, BBBOnline, and CPA Webtrust.[1]

References Edit

  1. U.S. Postal Service: Update on E-Commerce Activities and Privacy Protections, at 32.

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