Modifications to the video game industry’s self-regulatory program designed to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule have been granted approval by the Federal Trade Commission.
In a blow to an advertiser, a California federal court held that its insurers were not obligated to defend or indemnify the company in a false advertising lawsuit.
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Leaving the plaintiff even more unsatisfied, a California federal court judge granted L.L. Bean’s motion to dismiss a challenge to the company’s change in guarantee.
To settle charges that it violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), a California-based website reached a deal with the New Jersey attorney general that included a civil penalty of just under $100,000.
Ad industry groups and other organizations sent a letter to the state legislature with specific suggestions for revising the recently enacted California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
What do dog food and olive oil have in common? Both products are the subject of recently filed consumer class actions alleging false advertising.
Speaking at the Internet Governance Forum in Washington, D.C., a new member of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) discussed his concerns about expanding privacy regulations.
A California appellate panel reversed dismissal and reinstated a deceptive pricing action against electronics retailer Newegg in a broad ruling that will make it easier for plaintiffs to bring similar cases.
A group of 16 state attorneys general reached a deal with a Tennessee nonprofit charged with violating state law with its “Operation Teddy Bear” program.