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Published on Monday, March 19, 2012

Privacy in Mobile Apps: MEF roundtable in Barcelona

During Mobile World Congress 2012, TheFonecast.com was invited to record a roundtable on Privacy in Mobile Applications. This event was hosted by MEF, the global community for mobile content and commerce, and was supported by SNR Denton.

Our recording is now online at TheFonecast.com and on the MEF blog.

The informal discussion brought together MEF members and invited guests, with speakers including:

Todd Daubert and Nick Graham of SNR Denton

Mike Butcher, European editor at TechCrunch

Ilja Laurs, CEO of GetJar

Andrew Bud, global chair of MEF

Gary Schwartz, North America chair of MEF

Andreas Constantinou, managing director at Vision Mobile

Illico Elia, head of mobile at LBi

Carl Uminski, COO of SOMO

Michelle Sklar, vice president of Industry Relations at Poynt.

You can listen to the roundtable discussion on our website, by downloading the MP3 file or by finding the podcast on iTunes.

It’s easy to automatically download all of our regular mobile industry podcasts. Simply subscribe to our RSS feed or find ‘The Fonecast’ on iTunes.
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