The Legal Side of Protecting Attendee Data

The Legal Side of Protecting Attendee Data

Planners routinely gather credit card information when attendees register for meetings on Web sites. Many planners maintain databases that contain addresses, telephone contact information, and e-mail addresses, which, if obtained by identity thieves, could lead to the discovery of even more sensitive information. Such information is often referred to as “personally identifiable information.

Sharing attendee data with exhibitors and other third parties, such as registration

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