Topic: Future of Privacy Forum

New Site Lets Consumers Opt Out of In-Store Mobile Tracking

11 analytics firms agree to honor end users' wishes

Ahead of a Federal Trade Commission conference Wednesday on the privacy implications of mobile device tracking in stores, airports, hotels and other public places, a new website is launching where…

Stores Can't Track You Unless You Permit Them [Updated]

Working with privacy experts, in-store trackers adopt privacy code

A number of analytics companies that offer technology which can track consumers via their mobile devices as they shop have agreed to a privacy code of conduct that gives consumers…

Gigya Gets Ahead of Social Login Privacy Concerns

Launches certification and seal for websites

Consumers have taken to logging onto their websites using their Facebook or Twitter accounts in droves. But in Washington, D.C., the increasingly popular practice, which allows a website or mobile…

Mobile App Developers Getting Privacy Savvy, per Study

Report released by D.C. think tank day before government meeting

Under mounting pressure from regulators and the Obama administration, mobile app developers are becoming more privacy savvy. In fact, the vast majority, 61.3 percent, have privacy policies that detail what…