YES, you do!
There are two main forms of enforcement in the U.S. regarding privacy notices. Since the early 1970s, at the Federal level, the Federal Trade Commission has taken on this role. Enforcement done at the state level is by the relevant attorney general office. In growing circumstances the private right of action, the ability for an individual or group of individuals to pursue legal action to enforce their rights, has become of significant importance.
Personal information (PI) is any material that can identify another person.
Examples of PI include credit card numbers, social security numbers, bank account numbers, driver license numbers and more.
Remember the five golden rules of writing a great privacy notice:
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