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Coming to our Cocktail Party?

Mar 17, 2017 by Jennifer Russell

It’s that time again! Every year we get excited at the prospect of seeing old friends and new faces who have come to D.C. for IAPP. Naturally, we prefer to celebrate the occasion over drinks and appetizers. We’re shaking things up a bit this year and moving our cocktail party venue to Del Campo. The...

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Because regulators want to ensure that player funds are safeguarded in the event of corporate financial difficulties, such as bankruptcy, and may not be used to repay corporate debts, several states require Fantasy Sports operators (either daily, or both daily and season-long) to segregate player funds from their own operating funds. Like many components of...

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ZG Retreat – Kiawah Island 2017

Mar 13, 2017 by Jennifer Russell

Amidst the impending Nor’easter, we’re missing the beautiful weather we had during our 2017 retreat on Kiawah Island. Our retreat featured lots of brainstorming, the ZG “Olympics,” kayaking, a sunset cruise, and of course good food and great company! You can see photos from our retreat here.  ...

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Consumer Reports (CR) has long subjected vacuum cleaners, blenders, cars and other consumer goods to rigorous quality and durability testing. Reading CR reviews is a common step for purchasers who value their detailed and unbiased reviews. But until now Consumer Reports’ reviews have not regularly encompassed privacy and security features. Consumer Reports has teamed with...

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Regulators Tell Vizio to Get Smart(er)

Feb 9, 2017 by Kandi Parsons

The smart TV, once a novel device, has become a staple in many American homes. But, according to the FTC and the New Jersey Attorney General, Vizio smart TVs were doing more than displaying content. Behind the scenes and Vizio screens, without notifying consumers, regulators allege the company was tracking consumers’ second-by-second viewing habits from...

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These days, it’s getting harder for some of us to follow the instructions in Monty Python’s The Life of Brian, and to “always look at the bright side of life.” But I’m going force you to do it. Notwithstanding the angst some of you – especially season-long operators – are feeling over the new fantasy...

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