Now, if you're going to use a Web site for free, then you're agreeing to the terms of the service that allows them to operate that website for free. So you've got to understand that information is now gone. It could be used in that instance. But if that free service then decides that they're going to sell it to another side that you don't that you did not know in a manner you did not know, then that is wrong.
ZipComply believes that trust and security should be transparent and the industry standards that one should expect, regardless of being explicitly stated in a law.
We hope to educate everyone about consumer privacy. We ask the question "Who do you think should be in control of your information on the internet?" to people in different job functions. The answers might surprise you.
In general, people seem very passionate about consumer privacy. Stay tuned for more of these videos.