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Six FTC Concerns for 2014 and Beyond

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.

Social on Mobile

This session explored how advertisers are dealing with legal issues in the mobile environment.

2013 Lessons Learned and 2014 Practical Tips

There were significant changes in almost every aspect of the law relating to advertising, marketing and promotions in 2013. Davis & Gilbert LLP explains what happened and offers suggestions for advertisers and agencies to think about and address in 2014.

Children's Advertising Update: CARU Year in Review

While children’s advertisers spent most of 2013 complying with the FTC’s changes to COPPA, CARU continued to open cases involving advertisements that were directed to children and failed to comply with CARU’s Self-Regulatory Guidelines for Children’s Advertising.

What the Newly Revised COPPA Rule Means to Marketers

John Feldman, partner at Reed Smith, moderated a panel discussion with participants Wayne Keeley, vice president and director of the Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) at the Council of Better Business Bureaus, and Kandi Parsons, staff attorney of the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), on revisions to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule and how they will affect privacy enforcement and self-regulation.

Kids and Nutrition: Making a Difference

Hear from experts at The Marketing Store as they share insights and guidance for marketers on the topic of Kids Healthy Eating in this webniar from the BAA.

Bubbling to the Surface

Online privacy and food advertising are among the hot issues in 2013. Learn how theses issues could impact the marketing community in the coming year.

Davis & Gilbert LLP: FTC Amends COPPA to Strengthen Children’s Privacy Protections

In this advertising alert Davis & Gilbert LLP provides updates to marketers on recent Federal Trade Commission (FTC) amendments to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

Davis & Gilbert LLP: Mobile App Developer Settles COPPA Suit

This advertising alert from Davis & Gilbert LLP discusses the recent settlement of a lawsuit brought by the New Jersey Attorney General against a children’s mobile app developer alleging violations of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

Washington Update

Dan Jaffe, group EVP, government relations, ANA, discussed the latest issues in Washington regarding ad taxes, food advertising to children, ICANN’s proposed top-level domain (TLD) program, and online piracy best practices.

Mobile App Operators Announce Agreement with California Attorney General

This Advertising Alert from Davis & Gilbert LLP discusses an agreement between several mobile app operators and the California Attorney General to implement improved privacy protections for app users.

FTC Proposes First Modifications to Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rules Since Original Adoption

This advertising advisory from Davis Wright Tremaine LLP details modifications to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) proposed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

2012 ANA Advertising Law and Public Policy Conference Keynote Address: Julius Genachowski, Federal Communications Commission

Dan Jaffe, group executive vice president, government relations, ANA, interviewed Julius Genachowski, charmain, Federal Communications Commission in this Q&A session at the 2012 ANA Advertising Law and Public Policy Conference.

2012 ANA Advertising Law and Public Policy Conference Keynote Address: Julius Genachowski, Federal Communications Commission

Dan Jaffe, group executive vice president, government relations, ANA, interviewed Julius Genachowski, charmain, Federal Communications Commission in this Q&A session at the 2012 ANA Advertising Law and Public Policy Conference.

Rules Without Rulemaking

Jim Davidson, chair, public policy practice committee and managing partner, Polsinelli Shughart PC, and Mary Catherine Toker, vice president, government and public affairs, General Mills, Inc., discussed the attempt by the Interagency Working Group in 2010 to revise the nutritional standards for foods and beverages advertised during children’s TV programs.

Commercial Speech and the Nanny State: Can the Government Control Speech for Our Own Good?

Robert Corn-Revere, partner, Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, and Richard Samp, chief counsel, Washington Legal Foundation, discussed the current state of commercial speech doctrine and how case outcomes may impact the required or allowable messages featured with products and services.

Update on Legislative and Regulatory Issues

Dan Jaffe, EVP, government relations, ANA, provided updates on a number of issues including the national debt ceiling, tax reform, self-regulation, and ICANN.

Food Marketing to Children

Margo Wootan, director of Nutrition Policy, Center for Science in the Public Interest, discussed how companies can improve self-regulation in food advertising aimed at children.

Legal Affairs: A Changing Environment

Topics covered in this ANA Insight Brief include self-regulation and online privacy issues, green marketing and the government, online behavioral targeting, and the emergence of cloud computing.

Washington Update

Dan Jaffe, EVP, government relations at ANA, discussed how the legislative landscape has changed for advertisers after the 2010 midterm election.

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