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Somebody’s Watching You: What Are the Rules?

In 1984, Kennedy William Gordy, better known as pop artist Rockwell, released his first and ultimately biggest hit: Somebody’s Watching Me. One can only imagine how Rockwell would have felt if the Internet was in full swing...more

Use of File-Sharing Service Leads To $218,400 Fine For HIPAA Violations

Internet-based file-sharing services such as Dropbox and Google Drive can be easy and convenient to use, whether via the touch of an app on a mobile device or by opening a browser on a PC. Healthcare professionals are often...more

FTC Serves Notice on App Developers About Children’s Privacy

The Federal Trade Commission has made it quite clear that it is serious about advising mobile app developers that the rules of the road will be changing very soon. Since 2011, the Commission has been working to update the...more

FTC Provides Guidance to Mobile App Developers for Compliance with Privacy Regulations

On September 5, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") published a nonbinding guide directed at mobile application ("mobile app") developers, to inform developers on how to best comply with truth-in-advertising and basic...more

FTC Releases Marketing and Privacy Guide for Mobile App Developers

On September 5, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a guide to help developers of mobile applications (apps) observe truth-in-advertising and fundamental privacy principles when developing, offering, and...more

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