By Robert Wice
Underwriter, Beazley Group
Behavioral marketing is an important part of the social media world because it is how the social media sites and other sites generate revenue.
These companies are using web application tracking technologies...
Over the past year, more and more employers are letting their employees connect personal smartphones or tablets to the employer's network. Some companies have even stopped supplying their employees with computers; instead, employees bring their own...
By Jon Baumgarten and Noah Gitterman, Proskauer Rose LLP
The emergence of "cloud computing" products and services is drawing considerable attention in legal circles. In the copyright arena, it is taking the form of infringement issues pertaining...
Hailing her state as the "epicenter of modern innovation," California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris has issued recommendations for app developers and providers, advertising networks and others as part of an effort to give consumers "meaningful...
An excerpt from the NetDiligence® Cyber Risk and Privacy Forum
By Vinny Sakore, Vice President of Business Development, Immersion, Ltd.
Experience is critical in data breach response services. In our business, we find that the levels of preparedness...
Much as was anticipated, the European Commission (the "Commission") announced its long-awaited proposals on what are likely to be viewed as drastic changes to data protection law in Europe. The proposals seek to make EU privacy laws fit for...
By Sheila Millar, Tracy Marshall, and Crystal Skelton
On December 19, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC" or "Commission") issued final rule amendments concluding its review of the Children's Online Privacy...
By Peter S. Vogel
Privacy is a hot topic for users of Facebook, Google, and other Social Media sites, so the White House has proposed the following Bill of Rights for legislative consideration:
1. INDIVIDUAL CONTROL: Consumers have a right to exercise...