Consumer Groups Stall Mobile App Privacy Code Talks

Law360, New York (August 22, 2012, 7:32 PM EDT) -- Consumer groups taking part in a White House-led meeting Wednesday refused to discuss what should go into a voluntary privacy code for mobile app disclosures, saying they needed to learn more about how the technology works first.

While the goal of this second meeting on the issue was to identify the most important elements of mobile app privacy and the working methods that should be used, participants immediately objected to delving into the substance of the code before they'd had the chance to meet with industry...
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