Sirius XM Radio Inc. worries that a smartphone could be considered autodialing equipment and open callers to hefty judgments under federal communications law. Rite Aid Corp. frets it could be punished for reminding customers they are due for flu shots. An Internet advocacy group has warned of a chilling effect on wireless communications — including… Read More
A legal battle that will shape the future of the billion-dollar daily fantasy sports industry kicks off Wednesday in New York Supreme Court, where powerhouse game operators DraftKings and FanDuel will try to fight off New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s quest to temporarily shut them down as the case heads to trial. Schneiderman alleges… Read More
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Chief marketing officers and chief privacy officers have very different ways of looking at the world. “Are there any marketing folks in the room?” asked security professional Aubrey Turner, addressing roughly 50 privacy pros at an International Association of Privacy Professionals conference in Washington, DC, on Tuesday. No hands went up. “Good – because I’m… Read More
Over the past week, New York’s more committed daily fantasy sports players have probably noticed that in his quest to wipe out daily fantasy sports in the state of New York, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman may have missed a few spots. Schneiderman contends the practice violates the state’s century-old prohibition on sports betting, and he has sought to put a… Read More