The Privacy Law Bulletin (published by Lexis Nexis – subscription required) published an article authored by Richard B. Newman. The article, “Is the Repeal of U.S. Privacy Regulations a Victory for Digital Advertising?” addresses restraints on sharing personal information and the repeal of Obama-era privacy rules passed in 2016 by the Federal Communications Commission. The piece also discusses how shifting policies impact ISPs, enhanced enforcement authority in favor of the Federal Trade Commission, and the agency’s focus upon the implementation of reasonable security measures. Additionally, the article discusses state legislative efforts to prohibit the prioritization of different types of website traffic.
Richard B. Newman is an Internet marketing compliance and regulatory defense attorney at Hinch Newman LLP focusing on advertising and digital media matters. His practice includes conducting legal compliance reviews of advertising campaigns, representing clients in investigations and enforcement actions brought by the Federal Trade Commission and state Attorneys General, commercial litigation, advising clients on promotional marketing programs, and negotiating and drafting legal agreements.
Richard B. Newman represents marketers, advertisers and Internet companies. His practice also includes defending investigations and litigation brought by the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general regarding national advertising campaigns.
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