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Kinsella Media Partners with IAPP and Rust Consulting for Privacy Policy White Paper

MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Shannon Wheatman and Michelle Ghiselli, both of Kinsella Media, authored a new white paper in conjunction with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and Rust Consulting. The white paper, "Privacy Policies: How to Communicate Effectively with Consumers," discusses the consequences of failing to make clear and accurate privacy disclosures in the framework of today's legal and regulatory landscape. It also offers insights on crafting plain language policies.

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"Using plain language in your privacy policy can help the average consumer read and understand your privacy policy and provide better transparency in a complicated regulatory landscape," Dr. Wheatman said. "We were excited for the opportunity to work with the IAPP on this paper, as it gives us the opportunity to reach professionals looking for better ways to protect their companies' and their customers' privacy."

Dr. Wheatman, the senior vice president of Kinsella Media, has been recognized as a plain language notice expert by courts across the United States. Ms. Ghiselli is the notice specialist at Kinsella Media, where she specializes in the design and development of plain language notices and implementation of legal notification plans.

Kinsella Media has spent more than two decades effectively communicating complex information to laypersons.

The IAPP is a global information privacy community and resource that helps define, support, and improve the privacy profession through networking, education, and certification. It was founded in 2000 and has more than 14,000 members in 83 countries.

About Kinsella Media
Kinsella Media, a SourceHOV company, has designed and implemented more international, national, and statewide programs providing notice to unidentified class members and claimants than any other firm. By staying up to date with class action case law, innovative notice functions, and evolving media options, Kinsella Media provides comprehensive, fully integrated programs that withstand collateral attack. For more information, go to www.kinsellamedia.com.

About Rust Consulting
Clients trust Rust Consulting, Inc., a SourceHOV company, as the industry leader in class action settlement administration. Rust has designed, implemented, or managed more than 4,500 class actions as well as other complex and time sensitive programs such as regulatory settlements, data breach responses, and recalls. For more information, go to www.rustconsulting.com.

About SourceHOV
SourceHOV is a global provider of transaction processing solutions, strategic consulting and data analytics services. Our solutions are delivered through innovative technology platforms and streamlined workflows based on specific business rules.  The company's services deliver improved quality and increased efficiency, and when coupled with data analytics, can provide clients the critical quantitative insight and business intelligence to support more effective decision making. The SourceHOV global workforce of more than 12,500 employees supports operations in 80 delivery centers across six countries including the United States, Canada, China, India, Mexico and the Philippines. For more information, go to www.sourcehov.com.

SOURCE Kinsella Media, LLC

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