Calif. AG Warns Delta, Others Over App Privacy Policies

Law360, New York (October 30, 2012, 8:39 PM EDT) -- California's attorney general on Tuesday ramped up efforts to crack down on mobile apps with insufficient privacy policies, notifying Delta Airlines Inc., United Continental Holdings Inc., OpenTable Inc. and dozens of others that they have 30 days to comply with a state law that requires these disclosures.

In letters sent to "scores" of mobile application developers and companies, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris informed these entities that they are not in compliance with the California Online Privacy Protection Act, which requires commercial operators of online services,...
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