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Legal experts from GE and Reed Smith explored what’s allowed and prohibited on social media under the rules of professional conduct.
Legal experts from Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP and the Grey Group discussed the opportunities and challenges presented by the emergence of the “Internet of Things,” a network of interconnected devices capable of communicating with one another.
Legal experts from AT&T, Crowell & Moring LLP, and PayPal discussed the challenges and most effective strategies of companies in effort to secure consumer data.
Presenters took turns discussing six FTC concerns for the coming year: predictive scoring, the Internet of Things, COPPA, mobile tracking, data security, and mobile payments.
This session explored how advertisers are dealing with legal issues in the mobile environment.
Legal experts from the National Advertising Division, the Federal Trade Commission, the Kellogg Company, and Venable LLP discussed disclosure issues and best native advertising practices to avoid enforcement.
One of the most stringent anti-spam laws every enacted is set to take effect in Canada on July 1, 2014.
Frederick Lah, associate at Reed Smith, LLP, discussed various data security and privacy issues that could affect marketers, including advances in tracking technology, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and mobile privacy.
Polling over 1,000 voters in mid-November, the Computer & Communications Industry Association found that 80 percent of respondents claimed to be more worried that the information they share online will be hacked than they are about ad targeting.
Heather Dumford, media director of global marketing at ConAgra Foods, Cindy Neumann, senior director of consumer insights advanced analytics at ConAgra Foods, and Tammy Vance, senior director at comScore, presented ConAgra’s approach to leveraging ad and audience delivery validation insights to drive decision-making and generate strong ROI.
In this webinar video, Mashable Business Editor Todd Wasserman shared best practices and pitfalls for companies looking to win customers on Twitter.
Mashable Business Editor Todd Wasserman shared best practices and pitfalls for companies looking to win customers on Twitter.
Patent trolls are firms that purchase broad patents created by others solely for the purpose of suing, or threatening to sue, legitimate companies that use certain technologies, devices, or business methods. The momentum is on the marketing industry's side to nip this challenge in the bud.
Greg Shatan, partner at Reed Smith LLP, provided an update on ICANN and the new gTLD launch.
Marc Kaufman, partner at Reed Smith LLP, discussed how patent trolls are threatening the marketing industry and what’s being done to stop them.
Huw Morris, associate at Reed Smith LLP, discussed developments in Europe, including copyright, advertising, and consumer privacy regulation.
In this advertising alert Davis & Gilbert LLP discuss the recent report from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) clarifying that companies may use social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter to announce material information.
In this advertising alert Davis & Gilbert LLP discusses the newly created Trademark Clearinghouse which supports the registration of domain names in new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) and works to resolve disputes.
In this piece Venable LLP discussed the recently updated Federal Trade Commission (FTC) .com disclosures guide, designed to help digital advertisers make disclosures clear to avoid deception.
Julie Brill, commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), discussed the FTC’s views on consumer protection, mobile privacy, and data collection, as well as fraud concerns related to the planned expansion of generic top-level domain (gTLD) names by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).