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Develop a privacy policy for a student musical organization with roughly 50 members. This Web site stores members’ contact information and information about their musical training, abilities, and interests. Who outside the organization might want to use that information and for what purposes? Should the organization allow them to use the information?

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Ralph Stair + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285867168

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Ralph Stair + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285867168
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Develop a privacy policy for a student musical organization with roughly 50 members. This Web site stores members’ contact information and information about their musical training, abilities, and interests. Who outside the organization might want to use that information and for what purposes? Should the organization allow them to use the information?

Program Plan Intro

Privacy policy:

  • A privacy policy denotes a statement that discloses some or all ways an organization would gather, use, disclose and manage data of customers as well as clients.
  • It fulfills a legal requirement for protecting privacy of customers as well as clients.
  • Personal information denotes anything that could be used for identifying an individual.
  • It represents a generalized treatment that tends to be more specific and detailed.
  • The exact content of certain privacy policy will depend upon applicable law and need to address requirements across all boundaries.

Explanation of Solution

Privacy policy for musical organization:

  • The details of privacy policy is shown below:
    • Details of information collected from students.
      • Personally identifiable information.
      • Non-Personally identifiable information.
    • The age description for information collected from students.
      • Regarding students of age group below 13 years.
    • The actions performed by organization with this data.
      • To provide services and process transactions.
      • It might be used for sending an email.
      • It may help to contact for products, services, information and news.
    • The details of disclosing information to third parties.
      • The information might not be disclosed without user consent...

Explanation of Solution

Personnel interested to use information and purpose:

  • The third party outside the organization may be interested to access the information.
  • The personally identifiable information may be transferred based on user consent.
  • The skills and other details could be accessed by personnel outside organization...

Explanation of Solution

Organization’s consent towards access:

  • The skill set for students could be accessed by third parties.
  • The personally identifiable information may be transferred based on user consent only...

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