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California Attorney General Issues Recommendations for Mobile Ecosystem Stakeholders

Ever on the forefront of consumer privacy protection, California is again making news in the privacy world with the California Attorney General’s recent publication of “Privacy on the Go: Recommendations for the Mobile Ecosystem,” which includes privacy recommendations for app developers, app platform providers, mobile ad networks, makers of operating systems and mobile carriers.  With … Continue Reading

Finally, A Home for Mobile App Privacy Policies – But One With A Financial “Catch”

On February 22, 2012, California's Attorney General, Kamala D. Harris, entered into an agreement with several leading providers of mobile devices and app stores to increase consumer privacy protection for mobile applications or "apps." Under the agreement's terms, these companies have agreed to redesign their app stores to provide a location for app developers to display their privacy policies. … Continue Reading

Do I really have to obtain consent from all my customers to make a change to my privacy policy?

"Do I really have to obtain consent from all my customers to make a change to my privacy policy?  No one else seems to be following that rule." We get this question all the time.  It is understandable, given that we often watch Web-based companies expand their usage of consumer data without the affirmative consent … Continue Reading

Flash Cookies — Back on the Radar

  When Flash cookies (also known as a “Local Shared Objects”) were first flagged as a privacy issue back in 2005, a few savvy companies added a disclosure about Flash cookies into their web site privacy policies. Since then, we have not heard the issue raised again. Now this sleeper issue seems to have been awakened by … Continue Reading
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