Yahoo is the latest company to jump on the “do not track” bandwagon by announcing plans to implement privacy protections across its global network in the upcoming months.
The Federal Trade Commission announced a proposed settlement with online gaming company RockYou, which allegedly failed to maintain data security for its users and violated provisions of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”).
After an image of Albert Einstein appeared in an ad in People magazine’s 2009 Sexiest Man Alive edition, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem filed suit alleging infringement of publicity rights.
The Federal Trade Commission has reached settlements with five national car dealers that allegedly deceived consumers with ads about car trade-ins.
On March 26, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued its long-awaited final report on privacy, titled "Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change" (Report).
The national Advertising, Marketing & Media practice of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, has been named a finalist for the Chambers USA 2012 Awards for Excellence.
In a trademark dispute between handbag manufacturer Coach and Triumph Learning, an educational materials publisher, the Federal Circuit found that Coach’s brand was not diluted by the publisher’s use of “Coach” marks for educational materials.
He may be a basketball legend, but Michael Jordan’s prowess on the court did not translate into a slam dunk in the courtroom.
In an attempt to harmonize the requirements of the Federal Communications Commission with those of the Federal Trade Commission, the FCC recently issued a report and order addressing prerecorded telephone messages made by automated dialers, most commonly referred to as “robocalls.”
The marketers of six mobile applications recently received warning letters from the Federal Trade Commission cautioning them to review their policies and procedures to ensure their compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.