App Store 'Nutrition Labels' Raise New Privacy Risks For Cos.

By Ron Raether, Sadia Mirza and Graham Dean (October 22, 2021, 1:40 PM EDT) -- Does your business have an application available on any Apple Inc. platform?[1] If so, did you know that your business is responsible for each application's privacy "nutrition label"?

These labels, modeled after nutrition labels on packaged food, were introduced late last year and provide consumers with a user-friendly overview of how each application processes their data. Apple will soon be joined by Google LLC, which began accepting privacy label submissions[2] for its Google Play store this week.[3]

While these labels are not required by law, misrepresentations or omissions in them present risk and could lead to enforcement actions from the Federal...

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