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While the turn from traditional regulation to more collaborative, experimentalist, and .flexible forms of governance has garnered significant academic focus, far less attention has been paid to the effects of such "new governance" approaches on regulated firms' understanding of the laws' demands, and on the structures employed within business organizations to meet them. This article targets this analytic gap by examining internal corporate practices regarding consumer privacy, an arena in whichdoi:10.1111/j.1467-9930.2011.00351.x fatcat:3zn3ctbo3fck3p24qxg6ta76hi