In spite of the fact that Estonian news site Delfi took down anonymous offensive and “allegedly defamatory” comments from its readers, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg ruled that Delfi was liable for those comments.
In its February 2015 Report on the Internet of Things (IoT), the FTC estimated that there are now 25 billion connected devices worldwide.
If you work for a broadband service provider and haven’t recently reviewed your FCC-mandated network management “transparency” disclosures posted on your website, we suggest you make that the next thing you do after reading this blog.
In our first video, partner Whitney Gibson — who leads Vorys’ online reputation and protection group — discusses four common issues businesses frequently face on the internet.
Big data and Internet of Things (IoT) are the keys of the success for a large number of (if not all) companies, but their exploitation requires to deal with privacy and compliance issues.
Privacy advocates are embracing a recent report recommending that the government require bulk data retention by carriers and perhaps web service providers, exercise extraterritorial jurisdiction over data stored abroad, and expand reliance on classified judicial warrants. In what alternative universe is this true, you ask?
The FTC, in recent staff statements, has sought to clarify advertisers’ and publishers’ obligations regarding native advertising and social media promotions, particularly regarding when and how to clarify to readers that a message is promotional and that the speaker has a material connection to the brand mentioned in the content.
What do lawyers, the Astros, and LastPass all have in common? They all need to rework their password approach.
Determining if Website “plug-ins” Are Taxable As “data Processing” or “information Services” in Texas
Texas imposes sales and use taxes on certain listed “taxable services,” including “data processing” and “information services.”