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Public health and environmental groups say a lot of companies are failing to keep their online footprints up to date.
Public health groups have been calling on companies to make the most of their online presence by reducing their reliance on cookies, tracking and advertising.
Now, a report by the nonprofit advocacy group Public Knowledge says that’s happening for the first time in the United States.
Public Knowledge, which tracks the data of the private sector, said that of the 1,722 companies that provide online health services in the U.S., nearly half had an average daily user-base of less than 10,000, or just 2 percent of the total U.K. workforce.
About 4 percent of those companies had fewer than 10 employees, while more than 20 percent had fewer, or none at all.
Public Health groups say the number of companies that are not using their websites to provide online services is far greater.
Public knowledge, which works to improve public health by monitoring the online health and environment of individuals and businesses, released the report Wednesday.
The report found that nearly half of all companies surveyed said that they had not updated their online privacy policies since January 2015.
About one-third of those surveyed said they had no plans to do so, and half said they didn’t have plans to update their privacy policies.
About a third of companies said they were “fully committed” to keeping their privacy practices in line with the new federal privacy regulations.
A fifth of the companies surveyed had stopped making online health offerings in 2015.
The findings were based on surveys conducted by Public Knowledge and the online analytics company eMarketer.
The group is working with a number of tech companies to develop a “digital privacy plan” for health and wellness services that would be updated every six months.
This plan would also include an annual update of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Act (PECAA), a federal law that gives consumers access to information about companies and other entities they have requested to share with them.
The new law requires companies to collect the same kinds of data about users that they collect about themselves.
This includes personal information about how they use the services, such as how often they log in, what they type in or how long they stay on a site.
“These privacy policies have become a big business,” said Public Knowledge President and CEO Joanna Schatz.
“But the industry has been slow to update them, because companies don’t want to have to give their users any notice of the changes.”
The new report said that companies with less than 1,000 employees are among the most vulnerable to having their privacy and data practices exposed.
“By not updating privacy policies, companies are also failing to protect their customers from unnecessary and unnecessary health risks, including unnecessary infections and even unnecessary deaths.”
It also said that only about 15 percent of companies reported that they were working on their privacy programs.
That’s less than half of the U:S.
industry average, and less than one-fifth of the European average.
The organization said that if companies didn’t use their own websites to track their online health data, they were wasting millions of dollars each year on marketing.
“While the industry continues to invest in the privacy of its customers, it is still far too slow to implement new privacy policies and better understand the needs of their users,” Schatz said.
The researchers also noted that public health groups are calling on the U and the European Union to enact stricter privacy rules.
The EU has said it wants to update its own privacy laws to include a requirement that companies give consumers a way to opt out of the sharing of data.