Tag Archives: Geolocation

Recent FTC Consent Decree with InMobi for Unlawful Geolocational Tracking Provides Insight for App Developers

Recently in United States v. InMobi Pte Ltd., the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) set a new standard for geolocational tracking. The FTC told app developers and app marketers one simple rule: honor consumers location privacy preferences and do not track them without permission. InMobi is a Singapore Company that provides ads within mobile apps. They … Continue Reading

Password authentications should become more obsolete

The username/password method of authentication is dying, albeit slower than many of us would like. In 2016, we should see a continued trend of replacing password authentication as the primary method for navigating through cyberspace. We all know the challenges of password authentication. The number of access points that require passwords is growing making it … Continue Reading
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