Before we break into today’s top posts, today on LXBN TV we discuss Zynga being the plaintiff in a trade secrets case—a role that may shed some light on their sometimes-questionable practices. In the roundup, Julius Chen has an interesting post on a federal court upholding SuperPAC contribution limits in New York. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 179.
- The NLRB’s New Holding On Private Sector Free Speech (And What It Means For The Public Sector) – Los Angeles attorney David Urban of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore on the firm’s California Public Agency Labor and Employment Blog
- Consumers Count: Fighting for Consumers In The Digital Age – Washington, DC attorney Steven Berk on his blog, The Corporate Observer
- PCI Security Standards Council Issues Guidance for Mobile Payment Applications – Washington, DC lawyer Peter Luce of Davis Wright Tremaine on the firm’s Payment Law Advisor
- GAO Study Gives Low Marks to Companies Regarding Transparency to Consumers of Use of Location Data – New York lawyer Nihar Shah on the InfoLawGroup blog
- Federal Court Upholds Super PAC Contribution Limit in New York Races for Now – Washington, DC attorney Julius Chen of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePoliticalLaw
- Measuring What Matters – McGlinchey Stafford Chief Marketing Officer Eric Fletcher on his blog, Marketing Brain Fodder
- EU Claims Google Violates Privacy Laws – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his InternetInformation Technology & e-Discovery Blog
- Privacy and Porn on Workplace Computers – Toronto lawyer Lisa Stam on her blog, Employment & Human Rights Law in Canada
- Beyonce and Jay-Z’s “Blue Ivy Carter” Trademark Still Has Chance – Washington, DC attorney Radiance Harris of DLA Piper on the firm’s blog, Re:Marks on Copyright and Trademark
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