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Google Searches for a Fight on National Security Letters

It wasn't exactly a natural move for a company that has defended itself at Congressional hearings over how much information it can collect from users, said Marc Roth, partner in the advertising, marketing and media division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips "Google may be doing thi...

Next Star of Instagram Ad Could Be You, Like It or Not

The policies do differ in one way from Facebook, though, said Marc Roth, partner in the advertising, marketing and media division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips. Some of the more controversial privacy settings can be changed on Facebook to allow users to opt out, but Instagram did not make that an option with this update...

Google Still Hasn’t Cleaned Out Its Private WiFi Data Closet

Google may not face severe legal consequences from this particular breach of privacy, but its actions could put it in a very negative light when policymakers undertake that rewriting process, said Marc Roth, a partner in the advertising, marketing and media division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips...

FBI Aims to Pry Open New Channels for Web Surveillance

Influential Web companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo and Facebook are also unlikely to give a thumbs up to the FBI on this proposal, since many of their services include social networking or instant messaging features. It might have been an easier argument a decade ago, said Marc Roth, attorney at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, but now there is a greater chance of opposition from civil liberties groups...

FTC to Congress: Shorten Data Brokers’ Leash

"The FTC Report observes that most data brokers are invisible to consumers," Marc Roth, partner in the advertising, marketing and media division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, told the E-Commerce Times The FTC isn't the only one to acknowledge the growing privacy concerns. Th...

Major App Movers Toe California AG’s Privacy Line

"California has always been kind of a leader in these privacy areas, and given the size and strength of California, you can't exactly say that this isn't going to take effect across state lines," Marc Roth, partner in the advertising, marketing and media division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, told the E-Commerce Times...

FCC Action Zaps Robocalls

If another agency wanted to continue making automated robocalls that fell outside the FCC guidelines, the court battle would be a tough one, according to Marc Roth, partner in the advertising, marketing and media division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips "The FCC made changes base...

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The Do Not Track List and the Law of Unintended Consequences

Over the last few months, several news articles have reported on the collection and use of information gathered from consumers as they visit certain websites, often without their knowledge and consent. These reports have attracted the attention of Congress and may result in legislation governing these practices. ...

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