NJ, App Developer Settle Over Collection Of Children's Info

Law360, New York (June 27, 2012, 8:06 PM ET) -- A mobile app developer sued by New Jersey over educational games that allegedly collect personal information from children has agreed to stop culling and transmitting such data without parental consent, under a settlement the state announced Wednesday.

As part of state's ongoing push to tamp down Internet privacy violations and cyberfraud, Los Angeles-based 24x7digital LLC, the developer and operator of the "TeachMe" mobile application series, has all agreed to ensure the destruction of all data that was previously collected and provided to third parties, according to...
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