Bill would put consumer privacy onus on app developers

05/9/2013 | Computerworld · Computerworld

A bill introduced in Congress this week would require consumer consent before an application could track the user's behavior and personal information. App developers would also have to formulate a privacy policy that includes informing consumers how long their data is kept and allowing them to selectively delete data or refuse to have it collected. The mobile sector is arguing against such legislation, preferring self-regulation.

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