Without a doubt, the biggest story this week is the FTC’s settlement with Spokeo over charges it violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Over on LXBN TV, Tanya Forsheit explains how Twitter tracks your behavior on third-party sites. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 171.
- Lance Armstrong Faces New Doping Allegations From USADA – Colorado lawyer Jayme Moss of LaszloLaw on the firm’s blog, the Boulder Criminal Law Advisor
- The Sixth Circuit Shall Thirst No More — Lots of Alcoholic Beverage Cases This Year – Columbus lawyer Emily Root of Squire Sanders on the firm’s Sixth Circuit Appellate Blog
- Spokeo Agrees to $800,000 FTC Settlement – Boston attorney Adam Veness of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Privacy & Security Matters
- Why Do Lenders Disdain Bankruptcy Court? 2 Cases Show “Why” and Offer Lessons – Dallas attorney Keith Mullen of Winstead on the firm’s blog, Lenders360
- Tracking the Trolls: A “Twitter Jitters” Update – Alistair Maughanof Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- FCC Proposes Changes on How to Pay for Universal Service as Program Shifts to Broadband – Washington, D.C. attorney A.J. Burton of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Focus on Regulation
- Morotola v. Microsoft, and Banning the Xbox 360 in the US? – Washington DC lawyer Drew Boortz of Reed Smith on the firm’s blog, Developing Concerns
- Update on Pinterest and Copyright Infringement: Still Pinning – Catlan McCurdy of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Microsoft Adopts Arbitration Provisions With Class Action Waivers: Will Insurance Companies Follow? – Hartford, CT lawyer Wystan Ackerman of Robinson & Cole on the firm’s Insurance Class Actions Insider
- Mind Set, Skill Set And The Pursuit of Progress – McGlinchey Stafford Chief Marketing Officer Eric Fletcher on his blog, Marketing Brain Fodder
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