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The Privacy Checklists App contains only general information about legal matters and does not attempt to make recommendations about statutory interpretation based on the scenarios selected by the user. None of the information generated in the checklists constitutes legal advice. You ultimately are responsible for the content of the products or services that you develop based on your use of the Privacy Checklists App.
We extend the Privacy Checklists App to you with the following limitations:
- The legal information on this website and generated in the application is provided “as is” without any representations or warranties, express or implied. The State of Washington makes no representations or warranties in relation to references to legal information on its website, this Guide or in the Privacy Checklists App or its results.
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This Privacy Modeling tool was funded, in part, with a grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation as part of their Cyber Initiative.
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The Office of Privacy and Data Protection announces beta testing of “Privacy Modeling,” a new web application that identifies the privacy laws relevant to the product or service you wish to create.