White House, Stakeholders Spar Over Mobile App Privacy Code

Law360, New York (July 12, 2012, 9:22 PM EDT) -- In a highly anticipated meeting Thursday, the White House kick-started a multistakeholder effort to create a voluntary privacy code of conduct for mobile app disclosures, but stalled on the issue of what process should be used to achieve this goal.

During the all-day meeting held by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the mobile app industry, privacy groups, academics and other stakeholders sparred over the most important elements of mobile app transparency and what methods should be used to create the first-ever voluntary privacy code of...
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