CES 2013: Mobility gurus acknowledge privacy concerns, but worry about the impact of legislation

While admitting that there have been problems with the way big mobile players have handled privacy issues, an industry panel worried that government regulation could be a damper on innovation.
There is a growing discontent over digital privacy issues, but legislation would have a chilling effect on the development of new apps and ecosystems. That was the conclusion of a panel entitled "The Smartphone-Tablet Economy: Apps, Devices, Commerce and the Consumer Obsession" today at CES.
Google's head of mobile solutions, Matt Dorfman, said that major companies are learning lessons in privacy -- the hard way.

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