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“Fly Delta” May Get Grounded by California Attorney General
The legal action against Delta is yet another indication of how serious Attorney General Harris is about enforcing California’s right to privacy. For mobile app developers, that means there is no better time to make sure that your application complies with California’s regulations. Here are a few key considerations:
We are certain to see more legal actions and fines in the near future.
In the meantime, the complaint against Delta serves as a reminder that, in addition to worrying about whether you have too many liquids to get through security, you should also be concerned about whether your app complies with federal and state privacy laws.
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