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Data protection issues for Google trouble BIG DATA business

Data protection issues for Google in Italy are not over. The Italian Data Protection Authority (DPA) has now challenged their privacy information notice requiring – among others – an express consent from users to their...more

FTC Clarifies COPPA “Verifiable Parental Consent” Requirements

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) modified guidelines it issues to developers who make apps specifically for children. App developers have taken advantage of the soaring lucrative app market aimed at a younger audience that...more

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Will Impact U.S. Companies

?????Canada’s Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Bill, better known as Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), was enacted in December 2010, but enforcement of the law did not commence until July 1, 2014, on Canada Day. The...more

Storming the CASL - Your email to Canada may now be against the law

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) took effect July 1, 2014. CASL prohibits sending commercial electronic messages (CEMs) such as email, to parties in Canada without consent. If you don’t have consent or fall under one of...more

Socially Aware - Volume 5, Issue 4 - July 2014

In This Issue: - European Court of Justice Strengthens the Right to Be Forgotten - California AG Offers Best Practices for Do Not Track Disclosures; Crucial Compliance Questions Left Unanswered - Snap...more

Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - July 2014 (Global)

BETTING AND GAMING - Belgium: Gaming Commission pleads for a further restriction and rationalization of the gaming industry - The Belgian Gaming Commission has sent an open letter to the next government in which it...more

Doing Business in Canada: Privacy

Canada has enacted generally applicable privacy laws that govern most private sector activities. Each province and the federal government also have privacy and freedom of information legislation that governs government...more

Your Electronic Communications to Canada May Now Be Illegal

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) took effect July 1. The act bans commercial electronic messages (CEMs) sent to parties in Canada without consent and the installation of certain functions on computers in Canada without...more

Are You Ready For the Canadian Spam Legislation?

The majority of the Canadian Spam Legislation (CASL) comes into force today—July 1, 2014. This includes Section 6, which relates to the sending of commercial electronic messages (CEMs). Starting today, businesses must obtain...more

Canada’s Anti-Spam Law – not just for Canadians

Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) enters into force on Canada Day, July 1. It was passed in 2010 as a “made-in-Canada” solution to “drive spammers out of Canada“. Are you outside Canada? It’s important to know that this...more

The Katten Kattwalk | Issue 05

In this issue: - The Early Bird Gets the Trademark: Don’t Delay Filing Intent-to-Use Applications - Color Wars: Narrowing Color Claims in Trademark Rights - It’s Good to Be Famous: TTAB Expands...more

Canada Targets Commercial Email; Crackdown Perilous to US Companies

After years of enduring a reputation as a haven for spammers, Canada has enacted one of the toughest anti-spam laws in the world. Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (“CASL”), which goes into effect on July 1, 2014, strictly regulates...more

The Transitional Period & Implied Consent Under CASL

If the term “CASL compliance” is giving you a nervous twitch, you’re not alone. Many small and medium-sized businesses in Canada are scrambling to prepare for Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL), whose official title says it all -...more

Canada's New Anti-Spam Legislation: What Does It Mean for U.S. Nonprofits?

Under Canada's new Anti-Spam Law (CASL), as of July 1, 2014, for-profit companies and nonprofit organizations engaged in marketing and fundraising campaigns from within Canada or to recipients in Canada must acquire prior...more

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t

The European Union recently decided that people have a right to be forgotten. The “right to be forgotten” provides Internet users in Europe the advantage to demand the erasure, removal or deletion of sensitive personal...more

Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - June 2014 (Global)

CONSUMER AND DATA PROTECTION - Italy: New rules on cookies and Internet profiling! - The Italian Data Protection Authority has issued its decision on the “simplified information notice and cookie consent”"....more

Europe under Review: Part 8 of 8 – Individual Rights

This week we look at the last topic in our series of “back to data privacy basics”: individual rights. Rights of individuals at the heart of data protection - As we have seen over this series, the protection of...more

Could US Law Ever Recognize the “Right to Be Forgotten”?

Can there be a “Right to Be Forgotten” Law in the U.S.? The “right to be forgotten” in the online sphere has recently been protected by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court in the European Union. According...more

The Right to Be Forgotten, Everywhere

While most people have focused on the free speech and implementation difficulties of the “right to be forgotten” announced by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Google Spain SL, Google Inc. v. Agencia Española de...more

Popular Reads: On Google, the EU, and the Right to be Forgotten

A recap of most popular writings on the recent European Court Ruling that Google must allow citizens the right to be forgotten....more

Google and the Great Divide: U.S. Privacy Rights versus EU Privacy Rights

Will the “right to be forgotten” be the new mantra in cyber cases in the United States? Or will the “right to know” continue to prevail? In Europe, proponents of the “right to be forgotten” argue that individuals should be...more

Advertising News & Analysis - May 2014

In this issue: - Ingis Discusses Web Privacy with New York Times - New Anti-Spam Law Will Change the Way You Market - Absence of Federal Standard Greases Skids for "Natural" Class Action - Naked...more

Google Begins the Process of Implementing the 'Right to be Forgotten'

Google has taken the first step to implement the “Right to be Forgotten” decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ). It has provided individuals a form to complete to request that their personal information be...more

Impact of EU Citizens’ “Right to Be Forgotten” on U.S. Companies

The European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) recently held that Google must, under certain circumstances, provide European Union (“EU”) citizens with the right to remove information about themselves, including the list of results...more

EU’s Ruling Not “To Be Forgotten” Anytime Soon

Last week, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that individuals have the “right to be forgotten.” In other words, individuals have the right to control their data and can ask search engines to remove links to...more

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