I shudder to think about federal legislation or the launch of a "do not track" opt-out list for consumers. Surely, direct marketers have learned that proactive self-regulation and sound practices offering choice to our best customers is a much better path. Sadly, it could already be too late as a "privacy bill of rights" is an easy, populist banner for politicians to wave.
Whether the legislation gains steam or not, loyalty marketers should take stock now of their privacy policies to get them in shape. Here are 3 activities that you should undertake immediately to get started:
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