A new study with concerns about “problem gambling” habits has pushed for a closer look at loot boxes, the in-game rewards popular in online gaming.
Graffiti that appeared in a photograph on the General Motors website may be protected, a California federal court judge ruled when declining to dismiss a copyright infringement lawsuit against GM.
A dog food company served its customers a mixed bag of puffery and actionable claims, a New Jersey federal court determined when dismissing parts of a false advertising class while letting others move forward.
California is ready to take the lead yet again, this time with first-of-its-kind legislation regulating the Internet of Things (IoT).
A New York federal court adopted a “market share allocation” approach to calculate the damages and awarded almost $10 million in a false advertising suit brought by one pregnancy test manufacturer against another.
An advertiser using the name of a famed marathoner without permission is entitled to insurance coverage for a lawsuit accusing the company of false association, the highest court in Massachusetts has ruled.
Taking on “Made in USA” claims, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed two new cases: one against a New York-based company advertising American-made hockey pucks and a second against related recreational and outdoor equipment companies from California.
Alleging violations of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and state consumer protection law, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas filed suit against app maker Tiny Lab Productions.
The Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program issued its 90th decision in a case involving Vdopia, Inc.’s Chocolate, a mobile video ad exchange and mobile SDK mediation platform.
In response to the Federal Communication Commission’s decision to repeal the Open Internet Order, California lawmakers have taken matters into their own hands by passing a measure that would provide net neutrality in the state.