Three mobile health app developers have agreed to revise their privacy policies, as well as some of their ad claims, in order to settle an investigation by NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. The developers behind Cardiio and Runtastic (which claim to measure heart rates) and My Baby’s Beat (which says it monitors fetal heart rates) also agreed to pay $30,000 in combined penalties. Read more at MediaPost.
Health app developers revise privacy practices to settle investigation
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