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 Claims Cost Vibram's Five Fingers

- Upcoming Events

- Excerpt from Naked Claims Cost Vibram's Five Fingers:

Building buzz around your product is usually a good thing, write Venable partners Amy Ralph Mudge and Randal M. Shaheen in a recent post to Venable's advertising law blog, but creating a product out of buzz can be a recipe for disaster.

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Topics:  Advertising, Anti-Spam Legislation, Marketing, Privacy Laws, Privacy Policy, Vibram

Published In: Communications & Media Updates, Conflict of Laws Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, International Trade Updates, Privacy Updates

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