By John M. Simpson
You know how Google executives are always claiming that they care about privacy? Well, yet again their actions demonstrate just how empty those claims actually are are. Disconnect, a San Francisco based startup just spent a year and $300,000 developing a privacy protecting app for Android smartphones called Disconnect Mobile. Like...
Consumer Watchdog Launches Android Version of Its Top-Ranked Activist App - Users Can Demand Laws Protecting Online Privacy on Google’s Own Platform
CONTACT John M. Simpson or Carmen Balber
SANTA MONICA, CA – Consumer Watchdog’s top-rated mobile application is now available on phones using the Android operating system, which will allow consumers to petition Congress for stronger online privacy laws on Google’s own platform, the group announced today. The app’s featured action is an email to US Senators in...
Consumer Watchdog Demands Google Give Straight Answers About Apps Privacy Data Sharing After Making Change In Practices, But Denying Policy Switch
CONTACT John M. Simpson
SANTA MONICA, CA -- Consumer Watchdog today demanded that Google give straight answers about how it handles apps buyers’ personal information when they buy apps from Google Play, a practice that is the target of a formal complaint from the public interest group to the Federal Trade Commission. Tuesday, WebProNews and DroidLife,...