App Developers Be Aware Of Child Privacy Laws [Headlines]

App Developers Be Aware Of Child Privacy Laws [Headlines]

The Federal Trade Commission wants app developers to keep children's privacy in consideration and be aware of restrictions they may be violating.

Caroline Ku
  • 18 august 2011

Earlier this week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a settlement with mobile app developer W3 Innovations, LLC. (W3) and its president, Justin Maples, over alleged children’s privacy violations. The FTC action was intended to send a message to the mobile app market that it will be closely monitoring the industry for business practices that violate consumer protection law, including privacy restrictions. Alysa Hutnik/Mashable.

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