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An organization of which I am member just outsourced their membership, orders, and dues collection database to a cloud provider. The provider has the typically abysmal privacy policy, which includes terms such as:

- we can change our privacy policy at any time, in any way, by posting an update to our website

- we can share your personal data with any entity or individual that we work with

- we will try to keep your information secure but we don't guarantee anything

In short:

"Privacy obligations of cloud provider to users: None!"

Unfortunately, this seems pretty typical in the US. (I think things may be better in the EU.)

I would like to be able to point to commercial examples of [US] privacy policies that aren't terrible, that actually provide some kind of privacy protections for users. Have you ever read a privacy policy that makes you happy, or at least satisfied?