Search
Searching Content indexed under Media, Telecoms, IT, Entertainment by Herzog Fox & Neeman ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
The UK Publishes A Code Of Practice For Consumer IoT Security
This publication comes after the announcement of a new law in California regarding the security requirement in IoT devices.
UK
19 Mar 2019
2
The European Commission Publishes New Guidance On Geo-Blocking Regulation
The EC has issued an updated version of the Questions & Answers document, which supersedes the document released in March 2018.
European Union
19 Mar 2019
3
Updates To Chrome Web Store And Google Play Policies
Google has announced several changes as to how its Chrome browser handles extensions that request numerous permissions, as well as new requirements for developers who wish to publish their extensions in the Chrome Web Store.
Worldwide
19 Mar 2019
4
Google To Allow Certain Cryptocurrency Advertising
Google has announced it will resume accepting cryptocurrency-related online advertising after banning such ads in March. The new policy was updated in October and allows regulated cryptocurrency businesses ...
United States
19 Mar 2019
5
European Commission Receives First Reports Submitted By Signatories Of The Code Of Practice Against Disinformation
The European Commission has published the first reports submitted by signatories of the Code of Practice against disinformation, which was signed in October 2018 ...
European Union
12 Mar 2019
6
Germany's Competition Authority Prohibits Facebook From Combining User Data From Different Sources
Germany's Competition Authority ("the Bundeskartellamt") has imposed far-reaching restrictions in the processing of user data on Facebook.
Germany
12 Mar 2019
7
UK Advertising Regulator Publishes Guidance To Protect Children From Irresponsible Gambling Ads
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority ("ASA") has published new Guidance on Protecting Children and Young People from irresponsible gambling ads, to come into force in April 2019.
UK
7 Mar 2019
8
New York's Attorney General Announces A Settlement With Seller Of Fake Followers And Likes In Social Media, Declaring The Practice Illegal
The New York Attorney General's ("NYAG") office has announced a settlement with the now-defunct company Devumi, which sold fake followers, "likes" and views on social platforms such...
United States
7 Mar 2019
9
California And Twitter Introduce Measures For Election Integrity
A new Bill, which bans the use of undeclared bots during elections ("the Bill"), has been signed by the Governor of California.
United States
15 Jan 2019
10
New Google Chrome Version To Fight Against Ads From Abusive Sites
Google Chrome's version 71, which is intended to be released in early December, will target "abusive experiences" advertisements, according to Google's announcement.
Israel
11 Jan 2019
11
CNIL Imposed GDPR Consent Requirements On An Advertising Network Company
The French Supervisory Authority for Data Protection has issued a formal warning to the start-up company Vectaury, according to which the company has failed to meet the conditions for valid consent under the GDPR.
France
9 Jan 2019
12
The CAP Announces New Rules On The Use Of Personal Data For Marketing
The UK's Committee of Advertising Practice ("CAP") has announced an amendment to the UK Advertising Code ("CAP Code"), to include new rules on the use of data for marketing.
UK
7 Jan 2019
13
Regulators And Industry Fight For Integrity On Social Media Platforms
The FTC has published that it has settled with two Georgia-based companies and their principals with regard to allegations of their having misrepresented product endorsements as independent opinions, ...
United States
7 Jan 2019
Links to Result pages
 
1