Mobile Privacy

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Survey: Mobile app privacy fears continue to escalate

Forty-two percent of U.S. smartphone users identify mobile privacy and security as top concerns according to a new survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of privacy management firm TRUSTe.

Report: Android malware increased 155% y-o-y

Mobile malware and spyware are exploding, according to networking manufacturer Juniper Networks in a new report, its Trusted Mobility Index. Android malware alone increased 155 percent from 2010 to

Carrier IQ hires Verizon alum Mobley to lead consumer privacy efforts

NEW ORLEANS--Months after a consumer privacy uproar that threatened to derail its business, mobile diagnostics platform Carrier IQ has named Magnolia Mansourkia Mobley to the role of general counsel

What were the worst mobile security breaches in 2011-12 (so far)?

Last month, Rovio Mobile's Angry Birds Space smashed previous app sales records by amassing more than 50 million downloads in 35 days. Soon after the game's launch, Rovio warned users...

Google, Apple will testify before Senate as mobile phone privacy debate spirals

In the wake of growing concern over consumer mobile phone privacy, both Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) have agreed to testify at a May 10 Senate hearing on the topic. And cell phone

How content providers should address users' privacy concerns – page 2

Previous page In the wireless and Internet space, the FTC has already suggested "principles" that do not have the force of law for the use of behavioral advertising, but which none the less address

How content providers should address users' privacy concerns

Privacy as a concept is generally understood. What is less clear is the applicability in the wireless context of various FCC and FTC pronouncements addressing the use of user specific information