Do you know when and how the government can access your telephone records? Do you care? Do you worry about your personal privacy? Well, there is major legislation on the horizon that will affect how and when your data is… Read More ›
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Tired of changing your privacy settings on Facebook? Well… Sorry! You need to do it again… If you do not want Facebook to track your browsing both on and off their site and track the apps you use, change your… Read More ›
Today, 35 U.S. Senators lead by Senators John Thune (R-S.D.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) sent a letter to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), seeking clarification regarding the recent announcement that NTIA intends to relinquish responsibility of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority… Read More ›
Representative Eliot Engel (D-NY) introduced the “Social Networking Online Protection Act,” H.R. 537 to Congress in February. This bill would be the national version of the social media privacy laws popping up in states nationwide. Increasingly employers and other authority… Read More ›
Could a Senate Bill Mean Trouble for the Budget Conscious Fashionista and the “Trickle Down Trend”??
Designers have been vying for a way to protect the creativity and innovation reflected in their collections each season. The recent Louboutin v. YSL case is a great example. However, many designers are not so lucky. BUT, do we as… Read More ›