HARRISBURG — A Supreme Court decision rules the state constitution does not provide a right to privacy for a home address.
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California's Attorney General Kamala Harris addressed mobile developers on Wednesday morning regarding mobile application privacy and her offices' commitment to consumer privacy at The Future of Privacy+Innovation: A Workshop for App Developers in San Francisco. While the Attorney General has made it clear that consumer protection and application transparency are top...
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U.S. President Barack Obama has directed federal agencies to take new steps toward sharing their wireless spectrum with commercial operators, in an effort to meet growing demands for mobile data services. Obama, in a memo published Friday, created a spectrum policy team to move agencies toward sharing spectrum, and he directed the U.S. National Telecommunications and...
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HARRISBURG - A recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision ending a candidate's effort to prevent disclosure of his home address has produced conflicting responses, including a request that Commonwealth Court throw out a nearly 4-year-old dispute over the privacy of teachers' home addresses.
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Our move to mobile devices and the cloud are ushering in a whole new set of concerns for privacy and security
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Mobile app developers face a huge challenge in keeping up with the fast-changing landscape of data privacy law. They got some tips Wednesday at a conference devoted to the topic in San Francisco.The services mobile apps provide, which often draw on location, contact lists and other personal data, are raising more and more questions about how appropriately that data is...
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Rep. Hank Johnson this week proposed new legislation intended to increase consumer privacy on mobile devices.
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California lawmakers are attempting to address privacy concerns as pilotless aircraft are being considered for a wide range of uses.
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Google shareholders and other individuals were in for a surprise when they arrived at the company’s annual shareholder meeting on Thursday. Google, ironically, banned attendees from wearing the company’s own wearable computing device at the meeting. The company forbade people from using electronic devices such as smartphones, cameras and recording devices. The restriction...
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It’s not that T-Mobile will stop trying to compete with Verizon and AT&T when July comes, but here in the first few warm weeks of summer the pink carrier will make a move on one of the most popular out-the-gate Android smartphones of the year with a unique proposal. While earlier this year it was ...
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