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Public Service Campaign regarding children’s online safety

The Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) and the BBB are pleased to announce the launch of its second Public Service Campaign regarding children’s online safety. CARU’s first campaign titled, “Do you know here your...more

The First Time I Saw Your Face… I Saved it in a Database: Facial Recognition Technology for Retailers

Freckles, a button nose, or perfectly chiseled cheekbones: whatever facial features someone may have, soon their profile may be cataloged whether they are at the airport or their favorite department store. Facial recognition...more

FTC OKs Facial Recognition Consent Under COPPA Rule

This past Nov. 18, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) approved a new verifiable parental-consent method under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule, which will allow entities to use facial-recognition...more

Legal Framework of Mobile Payments Presented in Pew Center White Paper

As consumers increasingly turn to mobile devices to pay their bills, shop online, and order rides and other services, a number of legal and practical questions emerge. Who regulates mobile financial services offered by...more

FTC Prosecutes Serving of Behavior Ads on Kids’ Apps

The Federal Trade Commission reminded publishers and advertisers recently that the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) prohibits data collection, absent verified parental consent, for behavioral (interest-based)...more

EU Data Protection Reform: Political Agreement

The EU has reached political agreement on the Data Protection Reform package. This is the biggest change in EU data protection law for 20 years! ...more

Political Agreement on European Data Protection Regulation

A political compromise has been reached on the new European Data Protection Regulation. On December 15, 2015, the negotiators in the so-called “informal trilogue” between the Council, the Parliament and the European...more

EU Officials (Finally) Agree on New Data Protection Regulation

After nearly four years of negotiation and wrangling, European Officials announced yesterday that they had finally reached agreement on the language for the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (“Regulation), which...more

FTC OKs Facial Recognition Consent under COPPA Rule

On November 18, the Federal Trade Commission approved a new verifiable parental consent method under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule, which will allow entities to use facial recognition technology to...more

Facial recognition technology may be used as a method of verifiable parental consent

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) determined that companies covered by the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) can use facial recognition technologies to match a parent’s photo on a government-issued...more

FTC Delays Decision on Proposal Under COPPA Rule

Parents and companies will have to wait a few more weeks before learning whether facial recognition technology can be used to verify parental consent under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)....more

Tagging Trouble: Forays into the Regulation of Biometric Data

We leave breadcrumbs of biometric information scattered around our daily lives, which may be collected and used by private entities, often without our knowledge or consent. The sound of your voice when you call your bank’s...more

Advertising Law - October 2015

Commercials Pulled After Endorser Admits 9/11 Lies - The revelation that an endorser lied about his whereabouts on September 11 led a national sports-themed restaurant chain to stop airing commercials where the actor...more

EU Data Protection Reforms: ICO Critiques Council Draft Regulation Over Consent, Access Rights, EU v. Member State Balance of...

With the EU Data Protection “reform train” rounding what is hopefully the final bend towards the summit of consensus, the UK ICO have published their latest analysis on the Council’s draft EU Data Protection Regulation. The...more

The FTC, COPPA, and Riyo’s “Face Match to Verified Photo Identification”

The FTC’s COPPA (the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act) Rule requires website operators to obtain “verifiable parental consent” prior to collecting, using, or disclosing personal information from children. Though the...more

School Districts Seeing Stars Over New Concussion Legislation

Last week, Governor Rauner signed into law the Youth Sports Concussion Safety Act (Public Act 99-0245) which includes a number of new requirements relating to student concussions for school districts, charter schools, and...more

FTC Considers Facial Recognition Parental Consent Method Under COPPA Rule

The Federal Trade Commission announced on July 31 that it is seeking public comment on a new verifiable parental consent method application submitted by Riyo under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule. If...more

Does One Wrong Equal No Rights? Connecticut Lets Its Surrogate Parents’ Contracts Lapse

Due to the State Department of Education’s failure to provide new contracts in a timely manner, Connecticut’s approximately 74 surrogate parents have found themselves in limbo. Surrogate parents are appointed by the State...more

California Legislature Moves Closer to Expanding the Family Rights Act

On June 24, 2015 California’s Senate Bill 406 was passed by the Senate and has been sent to the Assembly Committee on Appropriations. If passed this bill would implement changes to the California Family Rights Act (“CFRA”). ...more

Advertising Law - July 2015

Try, Try Again: Lawmakers Reintroduce Do Not Track Kids Act - A group of federal lawmakers reintroduced the Do Not Track Kids Act, a bill to amend the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), with some changes...more

YouTube Offers Owners Way to Age-Restrict Content

Earlier this year Google launched an app called YouTube Kids, which it describes as offering “popular children’s programming, plus kid-friendly content from filmmakers, teachers, and creators all around the world.” In...more

Certification of Minor Class Could Have Major Impact on Facebook

Plaintiffs, two minors who used their parents’ money to make purchases on Facebook without parental consent, brought a putative class action against the company, alleging its policy of representing purchases as non-refundable...more

The FTC Did Some Kid-ding Around in 2014

2014 was a busy year for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). The FTC announced something new under COPPA nearly every month, including...more

When Try, Try Again Does Not Succeed: FTC Denies AgeCheq, Inc.’s Second Parental Consent Application Under COPPA

The Federal Trade Commission announced that is has denied AgeCheq, Inc.’s second proposed verifiable parental consent method under the FTC’s Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule. After trying but failing last...more

When Plaintiffs Try to Fit Square Pegs in Round Holes – U.S. District Court Ends VPPA, State Law Class Action Against Viacom,...

On Tuesday, Jan.20, New Jersey Federal District Judge Stanley R. Chesler dismissed with prejudice the last remaining allegations in a multidistrict class action against Viacom and Google, formally ending plaintiffs’ suit...more

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