In the agency’s first data security enforcement effort, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it took action against TerraCom, Inc., and YourTel America, Inc., for failing to protect consumer data.
The polls have closed and the votes are in: the midterm elections will have a significant impact on employers across the country as voters in multiple states embraced recent trends with regard to paid sick leave and increases in minimum wage.
The pace of strategic moves (M&A, investment, and overall strategic transformation) in the digital media world continued to accelerate in October.
With the conclusion of the midterm elections last week and open enrollment just around the corner, this week’s news highlights both renewed pledges from the opposition and a flurry of implementation activity in the states.
The Executive Branch has submitted to the Senate a bill (Bill) introducing amendments to Article 5 of the Renewable Energy Incentive and Special Regimes Law, promulgated on May 7, 2007 (Law 57-07).
El Poder Ejecutivo ha sometido al Senado un proyecto de ley (Proyecto de Ley) que tiene por objeto introducir modificaciones al Artículo 5 de la Ley 57-07 de Incentivo al Desarrollo de las Energías Renovables y sus Regímenes Especiales, promulgada con fecha 7 de mayo de 2007 (Ley 57-07).
Providing a reminder about the importance of complying with the Federal Trade Commission’s Green Guides, the agency recently sent 15 warning letters to marketers of plastic bags touted as “oxodegradable,” cautioning that the claims may be deceptive.
Seeking an exemption from Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) liability, the American Bankers Association (ABA) filed a petition with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to allow financial institutions to call or text customers on their mobile phones in the event of a data breach or ...
In this week’s news, many states’ Marketplaces have begun to communicate with current enrollees about how to renew their coverage during the 2015 Open Enrollment Period; meanwhile, the federal government announced the extension of several policies, including the use of paper-based ...
A privacy controversy is brewing after recent news reports revealed that digital marketing firms are mining photo-sharing sites for data.