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Recurring revenue model: earn recurring revenue with a subscription revenue stream

For more business tips like this tutorial on recurring revenue, try our business apps: http://www.problemio.com In this video I explain how to position your ...
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Website Legal Documents -- Mobile App Privacy Policy Form -- Internet Law & Legal Questions Answered

http://digicontracts.com -- Learn how to protect your online business with one of the most basic website legal forms -- Mobile App Privacy Policy Form. Top r...
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Thomas Zack's curator insight, December 3, 2015 9:20 AM

This Scoop links to a Youtube video featuring attorney Chip Cooper, of digicontracts.com, explaining the terms and conditions of privacy policies in relation to mobile apps; he talks about the 3 types of data that are deemed sensitive by the Federal Trade Commission...financial data, medical data, and geolocation/GPS data. He explains that any application which could potentially collect these types of data from its users legally requires consent to be given (in other words, clicking "I agree" or something similar). After watching the video, I couldn't help but think that's not always the case, but then I thought about all the times I (and probably all of us) have scrolled to the bottom of a long, wordy disclaimer, and clicked "OK" or "I agree" in order to get going...what did we just agree to? I think it would be pretty interesting to actually read through some of those disclaimers once in awhile (particularly the longer ones!) and see what they actually entail; we've all probably forfeited our privacy in some regards, most likely giving companies permission to use our likenesses, interests, etc. for their own marketing purposes. In his bio on Youtube, Chip describes himself as an "Internet Attorney"...a term I can't say I've ever heard before, but that certainly makes sense for it to exist in today's world of Internet prevalence!

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Big brother is watching and how to secure your apps from them - Sreekanth Vadegiri

The revelations of Edward snowden has shown how deep the states are stooping to get hold of your data, People who did not care how your data is stored online...
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Getting Your App Out There - Marketing from the App Store | AUC /dev/world/ 2011

n September 2011, I traveled to Melbourne to attend the annual AUC /dev/world/ conference. There, I held this presentation on my experiences with the iOS App...
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