All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘user privacy’

NTIA Introduces Mobile App Code of Conduct For Privacy

The U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) this week announced that its stakeholder partners for an app transparency process will soon begin testing a voluntary code of conduct for mobile app privacy. The code implores app developers to, “where practicable,” provide app users with short form notices about what data an app collects and who it will be shared …

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Stolen Cellphones: A wealth of Information [Infographic]

There’s no doubt the cellphone is one of the greatest evolutions in communication technology ever made and with the introduction of the smartphone we are connected to services like never before. We store all our phone numbers, our schedules, passkeys, account numbers, social networking information, and countless other things on these excellent devices. They make our lives easier and enrich …

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