Expensify's Privacy Policy

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In this episode, privacy attorney and consultant Irene Mo talks to us about Expensify’s privacy policy. With the company recently in the news for the CEO’s political emails to end users, Irene tells us how to draft to avoid trouble in the use of consumer data. She covers general principles, rules specific to jurisdictions like California and the EU, and how to create a culture of respecting consumer data that goes beyond the legal documents. It’s a great example of turning drafting quality into quality implementation for your client.

Expensify’s Privacy Policy

Contributors

Irene Mo
Irene Mo
Senior Associate @Aleada Consulting
Mike Whelan
Mike Whelan
CEO @Lawyer Forward

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