The Mobile Device Privacy Act would create rules limiting consumer data tracking on smartphones.
One app marketer suggests developers may be more concerned with Apple's guidelines than with the Federal Trade Commission's.
A collective of advocacy organizations sent letters to the Federal Trade Commission today asking the agency to investigate several branded sites aimed at kids.
Social giant agrees to biennial privacy audits and explicit user consent for data sharing.
The FTC said that the company would be paying a record fine in the Safari cookies case.
Proposed COPPA rule change by FTC would not apply to contextual ads.
Can Google remain an unbiased search engine while deriving ad income?
Twitter's new feature is reliant in part on tracking DNT would disable.
The EU Commission gives Google the chance to avoid fines and more stringent remedies.
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