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About Ken Dreifach

Ken Dreifach

Ken counsels clients on complex issues involving information privacy and data law, online liability, consumer regulatory and gaming law, including regulatory response, and adherence to self-regulatory guidelines for online advertising. Ken has had more than twenty years of experience in high-profile regulatory, in-house and private practice roles, including as Chief of the New York Attorney General’s Internet Bureau. He is one of the nation’s leading authorities on the relationship between emerging advertising technologies and online privacy.

Recent Posts

As we reported last month on this blog, as of January 1st, 2014 websites that permit the collection of third party data through ads and other means may begin receiving enforcement letters from the Online...

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Last week, the New Jersey Attorney General announced it had entered into a settlement with Dataium, a Tennessee-based data analytics company that primarily serves the auto industry.  The settlement, by administrative Consent Order, concerns Dataium’s analytics services,...

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On November 26, 2013, New Jersey residents and visitors will be able to play poker and an array of other casino games online.  As we’ve reported before, the New Jersey legislature  passed the New Jersey Internet...

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The FTC (via email blast) provided further clarification of the standards that third party ad networks and platforms would be held to, under the new COPPA Rule. To recap recent history: when the FTC announced...

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State Attorneys General have announced their intention to press Congress to narrow the immunity provisions of the Communication Decency Act (“CDA”), 47 U.S.C. § 230,  to exempt state criminal prosecutions from the CDA safe harbor.  It...

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The Justice Department sent jolts of concern through virtual currency providers last week, with its indictment against Liberty Reserve – a shadowy and anonymized virtual currency that, according to the Indictment against it, was “a...

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