Stakeholders Debate Timetable For Mobile App Privacy Code

Law360, New York (November 7, 2012, 10:28 PM EST) -- Stakeholders participating in a White House-backed meeting on Wednesday agreed that a short-form notice was a necessary component of a voluntary privacy code of conduct for mobile app disclosures but sparred over what this notice should contain and the pace of the standard-setting process.

During a sometimes heated discussion, industry members and consumer groups attempted to move forward with the ongoing code creation process proposed in the White House's February privacy report, although the group was stalled by disagreements over what data elements should be included...
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