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Is the Cambridge Analytica Scandal a Watershed Moment for the Ad-Funded Internet?

USA - March 27 2018 The news that Cambridge Analytica, the shadowy, digital political consultancy, may have misused user data obtained from Facebook is reverberating...


Consumer Protection Predictions for 2018

USA - February 27 2018 Last year at this time, we were awaiting the inauguration of President Trump and forecasting the potential impacts to federal and state consumer...


Fourth Circuit Raises Bar for DMCA Safe Harbor Defense

USA - February 5 2018 Last Thursday, the Fourth Circuit decided a closely followed case on one of the safe harbor defenses under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act...


“Do Not Resuscitate”: Lessons for Advertisers

USA - December 6 2017 Last week, the Associated Press reported the fascinating story of an unconscious man admitted in acute distress to Miami’s Jackson...


Subverting Democracy, Advertising, and the Economy Through Bots

USA - November 27 2017 The word “bot” is a double-entendre. It refers both to the larval stage of the bot-fly, a rather gruesome internal parasite (warning, link not for the...