This approach intelligently deals with violations of regulatory guidelines that does not have to apply a ‘one size fits all’ solution when different types of violations deserve different outcomes.

Regulations are meant to guard consumers and companies from harm, but if the intent to harm is not present,or if there is no real harm to consumers the response should not be identical to the response when the harm is real, or intentional.

How and When Regulators Should Intervene | The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation.

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