Stakeholders Reject First Shot At Mobile App Privacy Code

Law360, New York (October 16, 2012, 10:25 PM EDT) -- Stakeholders participating in a White House-led meeting Tuesday shot down a first attempt at crafting a voluntary privacy code of conduct for mobile app disclosures, criticizing the proposal's outdated view of rapidly evolving concepts and its lack of a strong enforcement mechanism.

During the fourth meeting in an ongoing standard-setting process proposed in the White House's February privacy report, consumer groups, academics, and industry members debated a tentative mobile application transparency code of conduct drafted by Digital Advertising Alliance counsel and Venable LLP partner Stu Ingis...
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