As Bridget Carey notes in this CNET video, the “Fly Delta” app has been downloaded more than one million times, meaning that the potential penalty of $2,500 for each time a non-compliant mobile application was downloaded could translate to over $2.5 billion in damages. In February, Harris announced an agreement with Amazon, Apple, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Research In Motion to improve privacy protections. Four months later, Harris announced that Facebook became the seventh company to sign the Joint Statement of Principles apps agreement.
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