The state of California has warned OpenTable, United Continental, and Delta Air Lines over their inaccessible privacy policies for mobile users, according to a source familiar with the issue. Reportedly, the companies were notified via a letter from the California Attorney General that they have 30 days to make their privacy policies "readily accessible." The source declined being named because the happenings aren't public.
In an emailed statement, California AG Kamala Harris said, "Protecting the privacy of online consumers is a serious law enforcement matter. We have worked hard to ensure that app developers are aware of their legal obligations to respect the privacy of Californians, but it is critical that we take all necessary steps to enforce California’s privacy laws." The alleged violation is in regards to California law that requires privacy policies for apps that collect personal data.