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Apple introduces “Privacy Manifests” for new and updated apps

NT Analyzer blog series, cookieApple recently announced that beginning in spring 2024, developers of certain SDKs and apps that use those SDKs will be required to include a “Privacy Manifest,” which lists all tracking domains used in the relevant SDK or app. To determine whether this is relevant to your company, a list of SDKs that require a Privacy … Continue reading

Testing the tricky apps for privacy and data protection

NT Analyzer blog series, cookieDealing with cert pinning and root detection The privacy area has been white-hot lately, including litigation and investigations involving VPPA; Wiretap/Pen Register/Trap and Trace; and Opt Out Compliance. Furthermore, with the HHS updates on tracking in the HIPAA context, and the new state privacy laws (such as the My Health My Data Act), we can … Continue reading

HHS updates online tracker guidance

NT Analyzer blog series, cookieOn March 18, 2024, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued an updated, 17-page Bulletin titled “Use of Online Tracking Technologies by HIPAA Covered Entities and Business Associates (the Bulletin). Our readers may recall that HHS had originally issued the Bulletin in December of 2002, which we summarized here. HHS’ changes are generally clarifications … Continue reading
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