Mobile Privacy Standards to Be Discussed at Government Meetings
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is set to host the first of several meetings seeking input for its effort to develop new codes of conduct for handling private consumer date on the Internet and mobile networks.
The meeting, scheduled for July 12 at the U.S. Department of Commerce building in Washington D.C., is open to all and will focus primarily on mobile application privacy.
NTIA expects that the initial meeting will attract industry stakeholders, rights groups and Internet marketers looking to offer views on privacy issues related to the use, consumption and sharing of consumer data stored on mobile devices and shared by mobile applications. The sponsored meetings over the coming months are designed to let stakeholders jointly develop Internet privacy codes that are acceptable to most privacy and consumer groups, Internet companies and online marketing firms.
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