Mobile businesses believe they don’t need one.
But they actually do.
It’s not that the laws are unclear – California’s Department of Justice had set up a Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit back in 2012, which aimed at affecting all developers who targeted Californians, rather than just developers based in California.
Major organizations like Delta and Path have been fined for non compliance.
You need to tell your mobile app users just how the information you collect will be used – and this applies globally.
After all, it’s not going to take more than 2-3 pages, and if you don’t have one, you could be held accountable under local laws. If drafted properly by legal professionals – you are guaranteed to save yourself a lot of money and hassle.
It will not take you more than 5 minutes. And can help you become legally complaint, no matter where your website or mobile app users are based. Worldwide.