Essentials of Cyberspace Law: User Generated Content, Privacy and Online Advertising
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California Bar Business Law Section Essentials Webinar Series (Webinar: January 24, 2011).

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  • 1. HOT HOT HOT TOPICS IN
  • 2. BEHAVIORAL TARGETING INTERNET LAW CENTER
  • 3. 310) 452-0401 www.internetlawcenter.netbkelley@internetlawcenter.net @InternetLawCent
  • 4. The Good
  • 5. The Good
  • 6. The Good?$
  • 7. The Good?
  • 8. The Good?
  • 9. (Jan. 2011) (June 2010) (Dec 2010)(Dec. 2010)
  • 10. Class Action Litigation• Electronic Communications Privacy Act• Computer Fraud and Abuse ActMortensen v. Bresnan Comm., CV 10-13-BLG-RFC (D. Mont. Dec. 13,2010) (dismisses ECPA claim due to consent, CFAA claim survives)
  • 11. Valdez v. Quantcast Corp. Complaint (Case No. 2:10-cv-05484-GW –JCG) (quoting Ashkan Soltani, Shannon Canty, Quentin Mayo, LaurenThomas, Chris Jay Hoofnagle, “Flash Cookies and Privacy” (10 August2009)
  • 12. Valdez v. Quantcast Corp. Complaint (Case No. 2:10-cv-05484-GW –JCG) (quoting Ashkan Soltani, Shannon Canty, Quentin Mayo, LaurenThomas, Chris Jay Hoofnagle, “Flash Cookies and Privacy” (10 August2009)
  • 13. Big Nose strikes again by buzusa @ flickr
  • 14. Michelle Ward, aka The When I Grow Up Coach
  • 15. Hogette 1 – Micki James @ FlickrMichelle Ward, aka The When I Grow Up Coach
  • 16. Our report and law enforcement action send aclear message to industry: despite some goodactors, self-regulation of privacy has notworked adequately and is not workingadequately for Americans consumers. Wedeserve far better from the companies weentrust our data to, and industry, as a whole,must do better. FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz
  • 17. Key PrinciplesPrivacy by DesignSimplified ChoiceGreater Transparency
  • 18. Key PrinciplesPrivacy by DesignSimplified ChoiceGreater Transparency
  • 19. • “The concept of do not track has not been endorsed by the commission or, in my judgment, even properly vetted yet. . . .” • Has “serious questions about the various do-not-track proposals. . . .” FTCCommissioner J. Thomas Rosch, Brand Week (Mar. 24, 2011)
  • 20. • Endorses baseline commercial data privacy principles that would fill any gaps in existing U.S. law;• Safe harbors against FTC enforcement for practices defined by baseline data privacy or self-regulatory codes;• Limited rulemaking authority over certain baseline fair information privacy practices principles if it is established that market failures require prescriptive regulatory action; and• National Data Breach Standards
  • 21. All rise . . .Wednesdays at 10 AM PT WebmasterRadio.fm
  • 22. HOT HOT HOT TOPICS IN