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Weak protection of consumer privacy by SA websites

| 4 Sep 2003 18:00
50% of SA websites that collect personal information share this information with 3rd parties without the person's consent and 83% do not obtain a person's consent before sending them more communications. This is according to a study of the 100 top websites in South Africa by students at the University of Cape Town.

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