Mobile Games Surveilling Signals, The Litany

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Sapna Maheshwari, reporting at the New York Times, exposes the nefarious surveillance practices of certain miscreant mobile game developers with a sui generis litany of sordid misdoings…

‘“We have to be really careful as we have more devices capturing more information in living rooms and bedrooms and on the street and in other people’s homes that the public is not blindsided and surprised by things,” said Dave Morgan, the founder and chief executive of Simulmedia, which works with advertisers on targeted TV ads. “It’s not what’s legal. It is what’s not creepy.”’ – via Sapna Maheshwari, writing at the New York Times

This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Marc Handelman. Read the original post at: Infosecurity.US