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Ed note: This post originally appeared on InfoLawGroup.

Last week, the FTC released a study it conducted in connection with price-comparison apps, deal apps and apps that allow people to pay for purchases using their mobile device while shopping in brick-and-mortar stores. The newly released study is the latest commentary from the FTC in a long line of workshops and reports that started in 2012 on the issue of mobile apps, mobile payment mechanisms and related matters, such as mobile cramming and mobile security. Here are the key takeaways from the latest study:

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