Four privacy questions every developer needs to answer
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 by Morgan Reed
Over the past twelve months, the internet-connected doll My Friend Cayla went from one of the hottest toys of the holiday season to an internationally-classified "espionage device." The doll was the subject of an FBI warning, banned from sale or ownership in Germany, and eventually dropped from every major retailer in the United States. Despite the nearly universally hi...
Saturday, February 22, 2014 by Andrew Bud
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 ...
MEF launches AppPrivacy™ the online privacy tool for mobile app developers to build consumer trust
Thursday, September 12, 2013 by Richard Harris
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...