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Goodwin Procter Alert - SEC Clarifies Social Media Use And Reg FD Compliance (Financial Services Alert For April 9, 2013)
Goodwin Procter issued a Client Alert that discusses the SEC’s Report of Investigation with respect to Netflix, Inc. and its CEO Reed Hastings.
United States
11 Apr 2013
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Privacy Compliance Challenges For Mobile App Developers
Mobile application development continues to be an interesting growth area for entrepreneurs.
United States
17 Dec 2012
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NLRB Report Provides Guidelines For Social Media Policies
The National Labor Relations Board has been at the forefront of debates concerning restrictions on employers’ use of social media since 2010, when it issued a highly publicized complaint against American Medical Response of Connecticut based on AMR’s discharge of an employee for posting disparaging comments about a supervisor on her Facebook page from her home computer.
United States
15 Jun 2012
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New Laws May Restrict Employers From Requesting Social Media Account Log-Ins
Maryland expressly prohibit an employer from requesting or requiring that an employee or job applicant disclose personal social media account log-in information.
United States
8 Jun 2012
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How To Manage Legal Risks Of Social Media
Social media is quickly becoming one of the most significant marketing, advertising and promotional channels for the hospitality industry.
United States
8 Nov 2011
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Financial Services Alert - w/c 8/23/2011
Federal District Court Considers SEC Suit Against Former Portfolio Manager and Mutual Fund Adviser Executive in Light of U.S. Supreme Court Decision Interpreting Rule 10b-5
United States
24 Aug 2011
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Twitter and FTC Settle Data Security Charges; Companies With Privacy and Data Security Offerings Attract Venture Capital Funding
The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") recently announced that it had settled charges with Twitter over the FTC’s claims that Twitter failed to protect consumers’ personal information.
United States
29 Jun 2010
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