Microsoft and Amazon defeated a class-action complaint claiming the companies violated a biometric privacy law by allegedly amassing a database of faceprints.
The increasingly fragmented streaming environment has accelerated an already serious problem.
Meta was hit with a new privacy lawsuit for allegedly collecting data about smartphone users' online activity by injecting tracking code into sites visited through the company's in-app browser.
Internet search traffic for abortion medication rose 162% after someone leaked a draft of the Supreme Court's abortion decision in May, according to new research.
According to a new Ipsos study, two-thirds of Americans are likely to vote for candidates who support passing a law legalizing abortion to replace Roe if SCOTUS strikes it down.
Wrappers and containers from eight different fast food chains contain PFAS, or "forever chemicals," at soon-to-be illegal levels, according to Consumer Reports. Long-term exposure has been linked
to an increased risk of some cancers. Eight of the 24 fast food and supermarket chains studied — Arby's, Burger King, Cava, Chick-fil-A, McDonald's, Nathan's Famous, Sweetgreen, and Taco
Bell — had at least one type of packaging tested for fluorine levels exceeding 100 ppm.
Princeton University has cut short a privacy study that involved sending potentially misleading emails to a host of website operators, including nonprofits and small bloggers.
In a closely watched case, the Supreme Court Thursday voted 6-3 to narrow the scope of a 1980s-era anti-hacking law.
Google continues to mislead parents by representing that apps on the Play Store intended for young children under the age of 13 comply with a federal law regarding children's privacy, advocates say in
a new FTC complaint.
Critics say the immigration policies make it more difficult for skilled workers to acquire visas and require companies that hire "high-skilled" foreign workers with H-1B visas to pay them close to an
average industry salary.
If so, should the European Commission investigate whether member countries are putting enough resources into enforcing GDPR?
The guide covers topics such as contractual Issues, sponsorship and events, endorsements, commercial production, promotions, agency contracts, media buys, digital, anti-gouging laws and advertising
Rich led the creation of the FTC's children's privacy and financial data rules and the Office of Technology.
"The Telegraph" is reporting that Facebook-related crime rose 19% last year. That's according to a think tank, Parliament Street, which used a freedom of information request to research how many
crimes linked to the social media service were recorded. They include sexual harassment, indecent images of children, hate speech and malicious communication.
"The Telegraph" is calling on the Government to put more pressure on social media giants to close down the accounts of drugs sellers as research shows a quarter of 16- to-24-year-olds have seen ads
for drugs on the platforms.
Keeping creative talent "energized" and attracting "top-tier" talent, are the two top concerns marketers have about managing in-house creative teams vs. outsourcing it to a conventional ad agency,
according to a just-published report from the Association of National Advertisers. The report, "Managing In-House Creative Content And Legal Concerns," was produced in conjunction with Boston
Consulting Group and the ANA's outside legal counsel, Reed Smith, and is based on a survey of 111 ANA members and industry experts.
The new law won't be enforced until either six months after the attorney general issues regulations, or July 1, 2020, whichever is sooner.