More on the Sufficiency of Website Disclosures

More on the Sufficiency of Website Disclosures The Internet has been a regular part of our lives for 20 years, and yet courts continue to grapple with the question of what constitutes an adequate disclosure sufficient to bind website visitors to the terms and conditions of a service agreement. This screenshot of an online browse […]

The $450,000 Question: How to Avoid a COPPA Violation

The $450,000 Question: How to Avoid a COPPA Violation Two recent FTC settlements in complaints brought against Yelp and a mobile app developer called TinyCo demonstrate how seriously the government takes violations of the Chlidren’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule. Yelp was accused of collecting personal information from children through its app without first […]

Delaware’s New Website Privacy Policy Requirement

Welcome to the Club: Delaware Joins California in Requiring a Website Privacy Policy Delaware has officially joined California in requiring the posting of privacy policies on commercial websites that collect personally identifiable information (PII), which is basically any site that includes a contact or registration form.   If your website falls within this broad category, […]

Is Your Website ADA Compliant?

Is Your Website ADA Compliant? Since 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has prohibited businesses from discriminating against persons with disabilities in connection with their employment by the business, and their access to the goods, services, facilities, or accommodations offered by the business.  When the ADA was passed into law, the types of businesses Congress intended to be covered […]