Nov 092012
 November 9, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S.

James Keller reports:

Several Canadian privacy watchdogs have created a set of guidelines to help mobile developers create “privacy-friendly” smartphone apps.

And they warn that failing to be transparent about any information collected could see developers running afoul of both the law and their potential customers.

Federal privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart joined her counterparts in British Columbia and Alberta in releasing a 12-page document that explains how Canada’s privacy laws apply to mobile app developers — whether they’re based in this country or farther afield.

Read more on The Province.

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