Analysis shows US-based websites fall short on EU GDPR compliance


ITPro Today reports a recent analysis conducted by regulatory compliance vendor Zendata showed a majority of websites belonging to U.S.-based companies do not comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The vendor examined 1,000 U.S. websites in December 2021 and found 67% had compliance issues in the areas of transparency and user tracking. Further analysis showed 44% of websites did not provide an opt-out mechanism while 55% did not present a third-party cookie notice when first entering the site.
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