Last week, Apache joined the swelling ranks of technology providers opposing Microsoft’s one-sided decision to enable Do Not Track by default in IE10. Also, a Pew Research Center study on mobile apps wasreleased last week that included the remarkable finding that, “More than half of mobile application users have uninstalled or avoided certain apps due to concerns about the way personal information is shared or collected by the app.” It came just one day after a federal judge dismissed a mobile privacy lawsuit directed at high-profile tech companies like Path, Hipster, Twitter and Facebook. Apache Web software overrides IE10 do-not-track setting – CNET –Microsoft's new browser is set by default to tell advertisers not to track user behavior on the Web, but Apache's Web server has become a new obstacle to that Microsoft approach. Consumers Say No to Mobile Apps That Grab Too Much Data – NYT – The Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday nudged application developers to take steps to protect consumer privacy. But many consumers seem to be already taking steps to guard their personal information from data-grabbing apps. App Developers Win Round In Privacy Lawsuit – MediaPost – A federal judge has dismissed a privacy lawsuit by consumers against 17 tech companies on the grounds that the consumers' written complaint -- which is supposed to outline their allegations and legal theories -- is too unwieldy for them to proceed. Privacy worries surround UN Internet regulations – IAPP – What would online privacy look like if the United Nations regulated the Internet? Jenner & Block becomes latest law firm to build privacy practice – The Washington Post – Jenner & Block, the Chicago-based law firm with 80 attorneys in the District, is creating a privacy and data protection group under the leadership of Mary Ellen Callahan, the former chief privacy officer for the Department of Homeland Security.