On September 15, 2016, the FTC convened a public workshop, Putting Disclosures to the Test, that examined ways of testing and evaluating the effectiveness of disclosures in communicating a wide range of information that consumers need to make informed decisions in the marketplace.
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This is the third post in my series on privacy and security in mobile computing, which builds on the Commission’s 2013 mobile security workshop. In my last post, I concluded that – despite a history of usability concerns – permissions in mobile operating systems are clearly an improvement over the opacity of traditional operating systems.
Editor’s Note: As noted in a previous post, Tech@FTC is expanding to include posts by other technically minded staff at the Commission. This is the first in a series of blog posts by Nithan Sannappa, an attorney in the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, that will explore several important issues regarding user privacy and security in mobile computing.
Does enjoying a camcorder, a new computer, or a football game mean you have to risk personal harms like loss of privacy? Sometimes we enjoy advances in technology with protections like privacy. How can we do so more often?
Before I go any further, let me advise you that I am solely responsible for this blog’s content, characterizations, ideas and choice of topic. This blog does not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) or any of its Commissioners. The goal of this blog post is to spark discussion and debate.