Revisiting “front page of the newspaper” wisdom

I've been preparing for my presentation at the Advertising and Marketing Law Conference on 15 October and reading through some materials I'll probably reference in my slides. One paragraph just stood out for me in Anil Dash's article "What is Public?": The conventional wisdom is “Don’t publish anything on social media that you wouldn’t want to... Continue Reading →

Shifting Facebook privacy challenges

When you think about causes for concern when it comes to privacy online, Facebook frequently comes to mind. The world's largest online social network has roughly 1.32 billion monthly active users with an average of 829 million active daily users in June 2014. It's no wonder that privacy regulators are watching Facebook and other large... Continue Reading →

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