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  Enforcing privacy standards on mobile apps
 
  California announced a sweeping privacy agreement with the six largest mobile Web providers, declaring that the state would enforce existing privacy laws against mobile app developers for the first time.

The six companies covered by the agreement are Apple, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Blackberry-maker Research in Motion and Amazon. The companies pledged to make sure apps running on smartphones and tablets using their hardware or software would comply with the law. The law requires all commercial websites and mobile apps, that collect personal data about Californians to post a privacy policy.

For more, check out this Mercury News story.

 
      Posted by: Agitator!!, February 24, 2012, 8:02 am  

 
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