News bites: California issues mobile app privacy recommendations

California Attorney General Kamala Harris issued privacy guidelines for the mobile app industry, The San Jose Mercury News writes.

CNET's parent company, CBS, banned the technology news site from considering Dish's Hopper for an award because of ongoing litigation, the Verge reports.

Technology errors have been mounting at stock exchanges, according to The New York Times.

The Associated Press writes that Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is one of the few people to have seen the Internet in North Korea.