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United States want better privacy awareness mobile apps
A U.S. government agency has established a privacy code of conduct for mobile applications in life. To adhere to the Code of Conduct applications must clearly inform users about what happens to their personal data.
The Code is voluntary, but the U.S. trade association of online publishers have responded positively. ACLU civil rights organization is also positive that organization called the code a modest but important step in the right direction. Nevertheless remains to be seen whether the code is effectively implemented. The code could be implemented by individual applications, or application stores.
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