If you have a smart phone, pay attention. We’ve got some important information when it comes to your privacy.
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As U.S. regulators and lawmakers push to see more privacy policies take hold in the mobile apps space, it appears app developers (and their lawyers) are taking note.
App developers are behaving themselves by creating and adhering to privacy policies according to a survey released Friday by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF).
The Washington, D.C.-based think tank Future of Privacy Forum (“FPF”) released a study this week detailing the current state of mobile app privacy policies as of this past month, June 2012.
The Future of Privacy Forum and the Center for Democracy and Technology this week released a set of best practices that mobile application developers can use to protect users’ privacy.
When the Obama administration in February rolled out its approach to protecting consumer privacy online, it put as much emphasis on industry self-regulation as it did on its call for legislation to provide consumers with privacy protections.
Think tank Future of Privacy Forum reported on Wednesday that 53% of the most popular paid apps now have privacy policies.
Under mounting pressure from regulators and the Obama Administration, mobile app developers are becoming more privacy savvy.