Calif. law forces app developers to create privacy policies

12/5/2012 | Ars Technica

The new California Online Privacy Protection Act would charge up to $2,500-per-download fines to application developers who don't make their privacy policies plain. Letters are going out warning developers of the cost of noncompliance and some trade groups are urging against rebellion. Even though small app developers can develop a privacy policy for free at sites such as PrivacyChoice.org, some analysts say it could be best to consult a lawyer.

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