Calif. AG's New Guides Amp Up Mobile Privacy Crackdown

Law360, New York (January 10, 2013, 10:47 PM EST) -- Following a raft of recent actions targeting the mobile app industry, California's attorney general on Thursday gave companies some much-needed guidance on how they should disclose their privacy practices on mobile devices — advice that, while welcome, attorneys worry she will later use to strengthen an already aggressive enforcement approach.

As part of a larger initiative aimed at improving privacy protections in the mobile space, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris laid out privacy practice recommendations intended to encourage all players in the mobile marketplace — from...
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