Privacy Code Of Conduct For Mobile Apps May Be Tall Order

Law360, New York (June 15, 2012, 9:26 PM ET) -- White House-led efforts to create voluntary privacy codes of conduct will start with the brave new world of mobile applications, a U.S. Department of Commerce agency revealed Friday, but experts said the complexities of the technology could prevent the multistakeholder process from yielding a legally enforceable code that the industry would back.

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration will kickstart the process to craft industry codes July 12, when it will hold the first in a series of multistakeholder meetings to develop a code to promote...
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