FTC Releases Recommendations for Mobile Privacy Disclosures
by Richard Santalesa, Information Law Group, February 4, 2013
“… the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) last Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, issued a new 36-page staff report, Mobile Privacy Disclosures: Building Trust Through Transparency, that recaps the FTC’s previous mobile and online privacy related efforts and distills its latest recommendations for clearly and transparently informing users about mobile data practices in the “rapidly expanding mobile marketplace. … Rather than highlighting merely one facet of the mobile world, the Report cements the FTC’s broad interest in improving privacy disclosures across the entire “mobile ecosystem” in recognition of the mushrooming growth, use and capabilities of mobile devices and smartphones. Today it calls upon apps developers, OS providers, carriers, advertisers and mobile device makers.”
For a copy of the FTC Mobile Privacy Disclosures report, click here.
For full text of this review article, visit FTC Releases Recommendations for Mobile Privacy Disclosures | InfoLawGroup.
- FTC: App developers, stores should take new privacy steps (networkworld.com)
- FTC offers privacy guidelines for mobile industry (miamiherald.com)
- IP Lasso Responds To FTC Report on Mobile Privacy And Enforcement Action (prweb.com)
- FTC Staff Report Recommends Ways to Improve Mobile Privacy Disclosures (ftc.gov)
Tags: Advertising, App, Apple, Developers, Federal Trade Commission, FTC, GIS, Jon Leibowitz, LBS, Location Privacy, Marketing, Mobile, Mobile device, Mobile Privacy Disclosures, Operating system, Privacy, Security, Transparency, Trust
Lea Shanley is the Founder and former Director of the Commons Lab of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She is currently serving as a Presidential Innovation Fellow at NASA and GSA's 18F innovation team on crowdsourcing and citizen science.
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