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California v. Delta Airlines, Inc.: CalOPPA requires mobile app privacy policies

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If an organization does not have a privacy policy that specifically addresses its mobile app information practices it may be prohibited from using personal data under California law.

In 2012, the California Attorney General (CA AG) brought a lawsuit against Delta Airlines for violating…

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