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Privacy What Developers and IT Professionals Should Know by J. C. Cannon

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So when should the privacy process start? As soon as possible. When does it end? When all of the privacy issues have been identified and mitigated. Mitigation may simply mean providing a privacy statement that addresses any privacy concerns users may have. Each time your team starts a new version of your component or a patch, you start the process again. Building privacy-aware applications is an iterative process that should continue as long as development is taking place. During the development process, developers should always look to perform a privacy analysis on each feature and mitigate all known privacy risks. You then send out your results for review, and then take the feedback and incorporate it back into the development ...

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