Advertising Law Newsletter - July 22, 2011


In this issue: Manatt Senior Partner Honored as a Hollywood Power Lawyer; Senate Committee Discusses Online Privacy, Do Not Track; Nivea Settles with FTC Over Skin Cream Claims; California Enacts Online Sales Tax; U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Ban on Violent Video Games; Class Action Update: More “Natural” Lawsuits, Kellogg’s Settles; and Noted and Quoted...Reuters Turns to Ivan Wasserman for Insight on New Dietary Ingredient Notification.

Excerpt from 'Senate Committee Discusses Online Privacy...':

The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation conducted a hearing about online privacy at which Federal Trade Commission Commissioner Julie Brill testified, supporting the idea of a Do Not Track mechanism both online and on mobile devices.

Brill told senators at the hearing on “Privacy and Data Security: Protecting Consumers in the Online World” that the FTC has brought more than 300 privacy-related actions, including spam cases, data security cases, Fair Credit Reporting Act cases, spyware cases, and cases enforcing the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.

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