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About Mason Weisz

Mason Weisz

Mason helps clients navigate a constantly shifting web of domestic and international laws regulating data collection, marketing, data sharing, computer crime, data security, electronic surveillance, online content, children’s privacy, financial privacy, information management, and other areas of privacy and Internet law. A former web designer, he has extensive experience with issues relating to digital media, new technology and e-commerce.

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In a case that fundamentally challenges the Federal Trade Commission’s ability to regulate data security, the Commission has denied a motion to dismiss its own complaint against a cancer-detection laboratory LabMD for alleged data security...

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Make Room in the Footer

December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Make Room in the Footer: January 1 Enforcement Deadline Nears for First Parties’ “Enhanced Notice” Obligations Under the Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising  The Online Interest-Based Accountability Program (“Accountability Program”) has issued “an advance...

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Today the European Commission issued a broad-ranging warning to the U.S., calling on the country to “restore trust in EU-U.S. data flows.”  The Commission’s report explains that the EU is free to revoke its participation...

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Documents filed this week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida reveal that a Florida mall developer and its mobile marketing service provider have agreed to pay $6,500,000 to settle claims...

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An effort to significantly alter the privacy landscape in California has taken a step forward.  The California Secretary of State and Attorney General have given the green light to collect signatures for a ballot initiative...

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Only two months remain before the Federal Communications Commission’s updated consent requirements for marketing-related text messages take effect.  Violations will give rise to liability for statutory damages of $500-$1,500 per message, depending on the extent...

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