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Here is a little love for the privace policy statement.

How long is the raw data kept?
How do we know it has been permanently removed?
Who has access to the raw data?
How securely are log files treated?
Anonymizers are not always perfect at protecting personal info, and log
files are where piwik got its data originally.

Is there a defined security team, unconnected to the development team or the
sysad team?

What is written in the privacy statement must be true, however if it is not
backed up with strong internal policy it saves time just to say, "we will
try to keep your info safe but since we have no policy related to security
breeches, in the event of an actual breech, ' every man for himself! ' "

It would be my pleasure to help in developing security policies for the

Wolf Halton

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