One of the highlights at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was the parade of new connected vehicle technologies. Automakers and their suppliers rolled out a number of...19 January 2017
California AG Sends Enforcement Letter to Developers of Popular Mobile Apps
The letters are the latest effort by Harris to encourage companies to improve the transparency of their data privacy and security practices. In February 2012, she entered into a Joint Statement of Principlesagreement with six major app store platforms, setting forth requirements related to app privacy (see our prior update here). Facebook later joined the agreement and is now requiring that all apps in its App Center have privacy policies.
The letters are a reminder that app developers and their partners should review their app data privacy and security practices and ensure that any apps collecting PII comply with the CalOPPA requirements, as well as other applicable Federal and state laws.