This Week on CLBR: Privacy Research and Cyber Thanksgiving

Lorrie Faith Cranor from Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab discusses her recent research on privacy disclosures and behavioral targeting and in the second half we discuss our favorite websites. Related Research Why Johnny Can’t Opt Out Ad Choices?  Compliance with Online Behavioral Advertising’s Notice and Choice Requirements Standardizing Privacy Notices: An Online Study of the Nutrition Label Approach

Internet Law Center Announces Victory against Serial Cyber Defamer; Calls for Legislative Action

Internet Law Center Announces Victory against Serial Cyber Defamer; Calls for Legislative Action SANTA MONICA, CA–Nov. 15, 2011—The Internet Law Center, a law firm based in Santa Monica, California, announced today it had achieved a significant victory for its client Hopscotch Adoptions, Inc. (www.hopscotchadoptions.org) of High Point, North Carolina in a federal defamation action against Vanessa Kachadurian…

In the Courts: Social Media in the Workplace, Righthaven, e360’s $3.00

  IN THE COURTS Judge Reinstates Workers Fired for Complaining on Facebook An administrative law judge ruled in favor of five workers who were fired for complaining about workplace conditions on Facebook. The judge concluded that “a conversation among co-workers about their terms and conditions of employment” is protected under the National Labor Relations Act regardless…

Next CLBR – ISP Graduated Response and the role of the Internet in 2012

LISTEN OTHER RECENT SHOWS Simple Mistakes Companies Make Air Date: July 13, 2011 Bennet speaks with guest Brian Benenhaley, co-founder and a member of the Board of Directors of ReachSmart Interactive and the AdDrive Affiliate Network, and the two discuss the most common legal mistakes companies make, and how to avoid them. http://www2.webmasterradio.fm/cyberlaw-and-business-report/wp-content/plugins/powerpress/FlowPlayerClassic.swf Podcast: Play in…

CLBR POSTPONED – BACK ON AIR ON 3/9

Due to WEBMASTERRADIO.FM’S move to a brand-spanking new broadcasting center in WebmasterRadio.fm City, Florida, there will be no Cyber Law and Business Report this week and we will instead resume Wednesday March 9th. So unfortunately we will just have to schedule Arianna Huffington, Julius Genachowski, Charlie Sheen, Lawrence Lessig, Julian Assange and Mark Zuckerberg for…