Privacy policy Edit

A retroactive change is a change in a company’s privacy policies or practices that a company applies to previously collected data. This would include, for example, the situation where a company makes a material change to its privacy policy and then uses previously collected data in a manner consistent with the new policy, but not the old one. A retroactive change does not include the circumstance where a company changes its privacy policy and then proceeds to collect and use new data under the new policy.

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