Privacy policies for mobile apps can vary depending on unique factors (e.g., the nature of the data collected, industry-specific regulatory obligations, and protections for certain types of consumers), and should be tailored to account for the mobile app’s specific functions and intended audience. This policy does not address privacy issues that may arise from the transfer of data to or from jurisdictions outside of the United States, or any related laws or regulations.
Certain states have specific jurisdictional requirements regarding privacy policies. For instance, the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) applies to operators of mobile applications that collect personally identifiable information through the Internet about California residents. Further advice should be sought where your application must comply with such jurisdictional requirements.
The types of information that the mobile app collects, both from the user and the mobile device.
How this information is used by the operator of the mobile app and its advertising partners.
Whether the information is shared with third parties, and if so, with whom.
How that information may be reviewed and changed.
App Privacy Statement.
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