Internet Safety Labs provided our comments to the FCC’s IoT Cybersecurity label. Among the comments and recommendations we made, the FCC’s IoT Cybersecurity label should answer the question, “Does this product have reasonable cybersecurity in place throughout the...
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Me2BA Sees Progress in Google’s “Pre-Announcement” for an Independently Audited Safety Section in Google Play Store
May 21, 2021 | News & Press
On May 6, 2021, two days after the Me2B Alliance published our report on data sharing in school utility apps, Google issued a “pre-announcement” describing major improvements to app labeling in the Android app store.
The announcement signals a serious intention to not only catch up to Apple’s privacy label, but surpass it, by introducing independent validation of the Android app privacy information.
May 19, 2021 | News & Press
Me2BA Executive Director Lisa LeVasseur was recently featured on the Masters of Privacy podcast, as part of a series of conversations with thought leaders working at the intersection of marketing, data, privacy, and technology.
May 14, 2021 | Policy
The concept of better privacy practices is not new – we’ve been talking about it since the birth
of the internet. But what exactly does “better privacy” mean, and how do we get there?
May 12, 2021 | Research
Me2B Alliance (Me2BA) research recently found that 60% of the school apps we reviewed were sending student data to potentially high-risk third parties without knowledge or consent.
Me2BA Product Testing Spotlight Report Published: Data Sharing in Primary & Secondary School Mobile Apps
May 4, 2021 | News & Press
60% of School Apps are Sending Student Data to Potentially High-risk Third Parties Without Knowledge or Consent According to New Research from Me2B Alliance
Research uncovers disturbing findings around privacy concerns with the use of school applications
Mar 31, 2021 | News & Press
Chalk up a win for the good guys on data privacy. And California residents are the ultimate winners.