Difference between revisions of "Native App Privacy"

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* The first of the [[Laws of Security]] tell us that when an attacker gets to run their code on your computer, it is not longer just your computer any longer.
 
* The first of the [[Laws of Security]] tell us that when an attacker gets to run their code on your computer, it is not longer just your computer any longer.
* There are two parts to [[Privacy]] (the right to be let alone) that are important on a portable computer device, like a smart phone:
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* There are two parts to [[Privacy]] (the right to be let alone) that are should be subject to [[User Consent]] on a portable computer device, like a smart phone:
** Attention  
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** Attention, or just how annoying do we want a device in our immediate possession to be?
** [[User Private Information]]
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** [[User Private Information]] that we would like to be able to share only with permission.
 
* Android App list of [[Data Category|Data Categories]] that require [[User Consent]]. https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/6270602?hl=en
 
* Android App list of [[Data Category|Data Categories]] that require [[User Consent]]. https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/6270602?hl=en
 
* Apple iPhone App Requesting Permission: https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface-guidelines/ios/app-architecture/requesting-permission/
 
* Apple iPhone App Requesting Permission: https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface-guidelines/ios/app-architecture/requesting-permission/

Revision as of 12:53, 7 August 2018

Full Title and Meme

An application that is installed on a user's computing device can be given access to some parts of user Privacy.

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