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The Clock is Ticking for Implementation of “Enhanced Notice”: The 6 Questions Online Service Providers Should be Asking about Online Behavioral Advertising Following Increased Enforcement Warning

Posted in Privacy Regulation

Written by Jake Romero Walking around a department store isn’t the only time you’re being tracked while you shop.  If you’ve ever visited a web page and seen an advertisement for the exact same pair of shoes you were looking at on a different web page the day before, then you know that something similar… Continue Reading

Trade Groups Release BT “Self-Regulatory” Standards

Posted in Online Advertising

Nearly missed in the long Fourth of July holiday weekend was the announcement of “behavioral advertising” standards by a coalition of industry trade groups. These standards are in response to the FTC’s public statements that regulation would soon follow if industry did not step up. The standards have now been released and are as follows:… Continue Reading