Does Your Website Invite Litigation? Here’s How to Avoid Risks.

In a recent article published by the Rochester Business Journal, F. Paul Greene, Partner and Chair of the Privacy and Data Security practice group at Harter Secrest & Emery, delves into the escalating litigation risks linked with websites in an interview alongside three other local attorneys. Greene underscores the rising frequency of global litigation, especially related to website tracking technologies such as Meta pixel and Google Analytics. He recommends that companies perform a thorough review of their websites, evaluating data collection, sharing practices, and data retention to mitigate potential litigation risks arising from privacy and data protection concerns.

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