California AG issues mobile app privacy guidelines
California's attorney general has issued a 22-page set of guidelines designed to improve and protect mobile application user privacy.
"Along with the many wonderful capabilities these apps offer, we remain mindful that the mobile environment also poses uncharted privacy challenges," wrote Harris in her introduction to the report. "These are challenges that we must confront and that we must resolve in a way that appropriately protects privacy while not unduly stifling innovation."
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