“When they ask for my credit card.” That was tech evangelist and author, Robert Scoble’s (@scobleizer), answer to a Seattle audience member last year as to when he would stop sharing personal information online. That was where privacy began for him.
The NLRB has filed its opening Supreme Court brief in the Noel Canning case, in which the validity of the President’s January, 2012 recess appointments of former, putative NLRB members Richard Griffin and Sharon Block are at issue.
On October 3, 2013 provided that California Governor Jerry Brown does not veto an internet privacy bill in California (which he is not expected to do), a new law will be enacted that has significant repercussions for nearly every business in the United States that operates a commercial website or online service and collects “personally identifiable information”…
“Net neutrality” remains a controversial topic in the European Union, leading Member States to adopt different approaches and attitudes towards “net neutrality” legislation.
Once billing himself as the country’s youngest-ever African-American hedge fund manager, 29-year-old Fredrick Douglas Scott must now face the music of federal prison time after reaching a plea agreement with the US Attorney’s Office.
For years now, it has not exactly been a secret that labor organizations are struggling to maintain and build membership in most sectors of the American workforce.
The Federal Trade Commission will host a workshop on December 4, 2013 in Washington, DC to examine so-called “native advertising.” This term refers to the practice of blending advertisements with news, entertainment, and other content in digital media and is sometimes also referred to as “sponsored content.”
Last Thursday, September 12, 2013, the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) reported that the rate review provisions (the “Rate Review Provisions”) of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) saved an estimated $1.2 billion on health insurance premiums in 2012 for 6.8 million policyholders.
A little-discussed provision of the Affordable Care Act is making physicians, hospitals and manufacturers in the health care industry reconsider how they do business.