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Groups announce 2011 Develop for Privacy Challenge

04.01.2011
Four privacy organizations have issued a challenge to mobile application developers: build solutions for privacy concerns for smartphones and other mobile devices. The 2011 Develop for Privacy Challenge is a new competition sponsored by the ACLU of Northern California, the ACLU of Washington, the Tor Project and the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office.

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