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 July 13, 2012  Business, Misc

Grant Gross reports:

The U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s first step toward developing a consensus on mobile privacy standards may be the wrong step, privacy advocates said.

The NTIA’s first multistakeholder meeting on mobile privacy, Thursday in Washington, D.C., focused on ways to improve the transparency of the privacy practices of mobile apps, but several privacy advocates questioned the value of creating more transparency without rules on the way apps will use the personal data of users.

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