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Our lawyers are well known for thought leadership across many platforms, and that tradition continues over the coming weeks. Please join us for the events detailed in this post as they address the latest trends, updates and insights within the global Data Privacy realm. For more information, contact the presenters or your relationship attorney.Continue Reading Squire Patton Boggs Lawyers to Present on Several Upcoming Webinars and Events

In case you missed it, below are recent posts from Privacy World covering the latest developments on data privacy, security and innovation. Please reach out to the authors if you are interested in additional information.

Privacy Challenges for Digital Advertising, Particularly in Europe

The Online Safety Act: Does this present a difficult balancing act for

Today at a panel before the International Association of Privacy Professionals (“IAPP”) – Europe Data Protection Congress in Brussels, leading European Union (“EU”) data protection authority commissioners cast doubt on the notion that there could ever be a lawful basis for targeted advertising based on behavioral profiling, referred to often as interest-based advertising (“IBA”).Continue Reading Privacy Challenges for Digital Advertising, Particularly in Europe

Please join us for the ANA Law 1-Day Conference, which will cover a variety of topics related to advertising and marketing law. We will discuss many issues on the top of mind of in-house counsel, including privacy compliance; best practices in online marketing, obtaining consent and avoiding dark patterns; and more. CLE credit will be

Squire Patton Boggs Partner Alan Friel has been recognized by the National Law Journal as a “Trailblazer” for Media and Advertising Law in 2023. The Trailblazers list spotlights professionals who are “agents of change” in their respective practice areas.

In the profile published by the National Law Journal, Alan discusses how the practice of

Our SPB lawyers are well known for thought leadership across many platforms, and that tradition continues over the coming weeks. Please join us for any or all of the events detailed in this post which will cover a variety of topics including AI and automated decision-making, digital advertising, biometric data, privacy by design, state privacy law compliance, privacy and ESG, and China cross-border data transfers. For more information, contact the presenters or your SPB relationship attorney.
Continue Reading SPB Lawyers to Present on Several Upcoming Can’t-Miss Webinars and Events

Join SPB’s Kyle Fath and Niloufar Massachi for a timely webinar hosted by the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) on Tuesday, March 14 at 1 PM EST (10 AM PST).  The ANA program will offer an engaging discussion on navigating unique compliance challenges in the digital advertising ecosystem.

Key areas of focus will include:

  • Analysis

Some would say that Commissioner Christine Wilson foreshadowed her resignation in her recent GoodRx concurrence. Indeed, Commissioner Wilson has been vocal in recent months about some of her concerns with how the FTC is doing business. Much of her criticism came after the Supreme Court’s AMG Capital Management, LLC v. FTC decision, which stripped the FTC of certain powers. Of course Privacy World has kept you in the know with how the FTC reacted to AMG HERE, HERE, and HERE. Much of the FTC’s reactions center on increasing rulemaking efforts, especially as the rulemaking impacts privacy and advertising programs, while also escalating its enforcement actions. Recently, the U.S. Chamber sent an open letter to Congress requesting more congressional oversight of the FTC in light of Commissioner Wilson’s resignation. Here are three points from the U.S. Chamber’s open letter that reflect what Commissioner Wilson’s resignation may mean for Congress and the FTC over the coming year:
Continue Reading What Commissioner Wilson’s Resignation Means for the Year Ahead

Late last year, Alan Friel, Marisol Mork and Kyle Dull discussed in two separate sessions, what businesses need to know about new state privacy laws at the Association of National Advertisers Masters of Law Conference.

Part 1: With comprehensive federal privacy legislation looking unlikely, marketers are left to decipher an expanding group of state

On Tuesday, October 18, Squire Patton Boggs (SPB) joined forces with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) to provide a deep dive into “Publicity and Privacy Issues for Media and Advertising” during the ACC’s Sports and Entertainment Conference.
Continue Reading Webinar Recording Available: “Publicity and Privacy Issues for Media and Advertising”