Mobile Apps and Privacy to be the First Issue Considered in the White House Plan for Enforceable Privacy Codes of Conduct

Mobile Apps and Privacy to be the First Issue Considered in the White House Plan for Enforceable Privacy Codes of Conduct

Future of Privacy Forum has applauded the The Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s decision to focus on mobile apps as the first issue to tackle in the upcoming multistakeholder process. In an op-ed, published yesterday in Politico, FPF’s Jules Polonetsky and Chris Wolf explain what the multistakeholder process will mean for industry representatives, privacy advocates, and users and why this is the perfect time to establish baseline codes of conduct in the mobile app ecosystem.

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