Professor Peter Swire, Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University, testified at last week’s Senate Homeland Security hearing on the state of federal privacy and data security laws.
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April of 2000. Everybody loved “Everybody Loves Raymond.” Movie fans flocked to “U-571,” which I don’t remember at all. And Sisqo topped the charts. That month also saw enactment of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA.
No one is more vigilant about protecting the data of EU citizens than European Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding.
Read the article written by one of FPF’s own. Julian Flamant, “Cookies, consent & exemptions: the evolving discussions”
It appears the saying “there’s no such thing as a free lunch”, which warns us that things which appear to be free usually come with strings attached, can now be applied to free apps as well; in 5% of those apps at least, and the number is rising according to a recent study by Lookout, […]
California Attorney General Kamala Harris on Friday announced the formation of a new privacy enforcement unit in the state’s Department of Justice to defend individual privacy rights.
If you have a smart phone, pay attention. We’ve got some important information when it comes to your privacy.
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.