Update 2: Apple and Google Speak to Senate Subcommittee About Location Tracking Today (webcast)
But wait, there are more privacy hearing scheduled! This one with the Consumer Protection, Product Safety and Insurance Subcommittee.
A Senate Commerce subcommittee has scheduled a 10am hearing on mobile privacy for May 19, titled "Consumer Privacy and Protection in the Mobile Marketplace."
Among those invited to testify are Bret Taylor, chief technology officer at Facebook, Catherine Novelli, vice president of worldwide government affairs at Apple, and Alan Davidson, director of public policy at Google.
There's no word yet on who has accepted this invitation.
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Paid Content reports it was pretty much a fiasco, covering topics outside of the location privacy arena including: apps that share checkpoints for drinkers, the Google wi-fi data collection issue from two years ago...
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The Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law will look into issues related to location-based data, privacy and mobile devices today. The hearing (live webcast) starts at 10 am EDT.