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App Developer Magazine issues we found relating to app privacy


Oct13 Issue: Mobile App Privacy Policy, Do You Have One?

Inside the October issue, Peach tells us what not to name your app, a reader tip on why ASO isn't the only choice for marketing, learn why poor analytics can kill your game launch, we talk Microsoft and Nokia, and we give you 5 reasons why HTML 5 might be the right choice for your next app development project, plus loads more don't miss it!

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Developer news items we found relating to app privacy

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App-tracking-transparency-and-your-API-calls

App tracking transparency and your API calls


Thursday, March 18, 2021 by

Apple’s new App Tracking Transparency feature is billed as a win for consumer data rights, with Apple vying for leadership as a global defender of privacy. But regardless of whether it’s good for you or not, the move has the potential to seriously disrupt apps and APIs that depend on the Identifier for Advertisers or IDFA. What’s more, even if an app d...


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Why app analytics tools can get your app removed


Friday, February 8, 2019 by

Apple has recently started to crack down on developers that aren’t disclosing how they are capturing analytics from their users, as reported by Techcrunch and a few other sources. Analytics that includes everything from taps and swipes, to what screens users are on, length of time inside apps, and more. Some embedded SDK's developer use even record user sessio...


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Mobile App Privacy Demanded By Twenty Four Global Privacy Authorities


Wednesday, December 17, 2014 by

National data protection had been the recent focal point by twenty four worldwide authorities on mobile app personal data processing. An open letter had been proposed from a group of data protection authoritiesThe Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN) had carried through a “mobile app privacy sweep” last year. The GPEN is made of 40 national and regional data p...


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Top Minds Across the Globe Give Their Thoughts on Advances in Security and Privacy


Friday, July 11, 2014 by

Sometimes we forget that its not just companies within our industry that are providing thought leadership on relative topics concerning the mobile app industry. The top minds at universities across the globe are also analyzing current and future developments.This May in San Jose, California, the Mobile Security Technologies (MoST) conference brought together r...


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Weekly Roundup: 1b Apps on Metaps, Apple Arrives in Brazil, HP Access Catalog, Glass Etiquette, Amazon Coins, And Mobile Privacy


Saturday, February 22, 2014 by

Mobile App Privacy Policy: Do You Have One?What’s wrong with collecting personal information? In short – nothing. Commerce has always been about a mutually beneficial exchange; providing products and services in return for cash or an equivalent value exchange. New business models such as free-2-play or ad-funded content have accelerated the growth of the data-fuell...


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Mobile App Privacy Policy: Do You Have One


Saturday, February 22, 2014 by

What’s wrong with collecting personal information? In short – nothing. Commerce has always been about a mutually beneficial exchange; providing products and services in return for cash or an equivalent value exchange. New business models such as free-2-play or ad-funded content have accelerated the growth of the data-fuelled app economy. However the data collected ...


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Android Mobile Software Will No Longer include Google’s Privacy Feature


Monday, December 16, 2013 by

Google just removed a privacy feature from its Android mobile software which previously allowed consumers to block apps from collecting personal information. Consumers who now use Android 4.4.2, the latest version of the popular operating system, must allow access to their personal information to use certain apps. The change means that owners of Smartphone’s using Andro...


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The October 2013 Issue Is Here!


Thursday, October 10, 2013 by

We are proud to announce the arrival of the latest issue of App Developer magazine....finally!Sorry for the delay in publishing everyone, I could rattle off a few reasons for the delay but I would rather get to what matters - it's here!Inside the October issue, Peach Pellen tells us what not to name your app, a reader tip on why ASO isn't the only choice ...


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MEF launches AppPrivacy™ the online privacy tool for mobile app developers to build consumer trust


Thursday, September 12, 2013 by

Free global service and resources backed by international industry Working Groupwww.appprivacy.net 12 September, 2013, London and San Francisco: MEF, the global community for mobile content and commerce, today launched AppPrivacy™ with the goal to build consumer trust in mobile apps by helping developers apply best practice in the collection and sharing of per...


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Courts Question Mobile App Privacy Issue


Saturday, May 11, 2013 by

On December 12, 2012 last year, the Attorney General for the State of California filed against Delta Air Lines alleging, for the first time in California, that Delta Air Lines, California’s Online Privacy Protection law when it collected personal identifiable information using its “Fly Delta” mobile application.  On May 9, 2013, the San Francisco Superior Cour...


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App Developers getting confused about mobile privacy laws


Friday, January 18, 2013 by

A US representative has taken the lead on a new draft Bill aimed at mobile app developers again, regarding data retention policies, and privacy information in general. It's called the APPS act and though it is still being drafted and will likely not gain much traction, the idea behind it is a bit alarming.While mobile privacy is a huge issue, and needs to be officially ...