All publications by tag «privacy»
Report: Subway Surfers and other mobile games use sneaky ways to collect personal data in post-IDFA world
It looks like mobile game developers found a way to bypass Apple’s privacy rules and identify users even if they said no to tracking their data. They still collect information that might be used for digital fingerprinting.
VRTCAL’s Todd Wooten on game ad innovation driven by changing consumer behaviors
Mobile game advertising is evolving in the face of today’s consumer privacy initiatives and changing media consumption habits. However, mobile gaming developers are doing everything they can to protect their revenue sources instead of looking for growth opportunities due to these developments. Fortunately, none are happening overnight, offering developers some time to chart a path forward.
China approves new strict data privacy law as it continues to regulate cyberspace
Starting November 1, a new data privacy law will take effect in China. It will compel tech companies to collect less information to protect online users. They also should have a special person in charge of personal data protection.