Two recent developments should have all app providers reviewing their privacy practices and policies. On Monday, December 10, the Federal Trade Commission released its latest report on privacy disclosures and kids apps. Finding industry to have made “little or no progress in improving its disclosures,” the FTC announced that it “is launching multiple non-public investigations” into mobile app providers.
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