Too often, a well-meaning startup looking to avoid costs in its early stages will make the mistake of adopting a privacy statement—often “borrowing” a statement from another company—that is not tailored to the startup’s current operations or its vision for expansion. Adopting a generic privacy statement can give rise to significant problems, including compliance complications due to lack of infrastructure to meet legal commitments and limitations of future growth flowing from unnecessary, self-imposed constraints.

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