In 1969, I signed on to the John Lindsay mayoral Republican-Liberal primary campaign in New York City. For two and a half months …
The Federal Communication Commission's (FCC's) heightened focus on "robocalling" has become fertile ground for class action lawsuits, with many marketers and advertising agencies wary of liability. Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA), individuals have had to provide express consent to receive certain types of calls from marketers and have the right to tell companies to stop calling.
Marketers today face a constantly evolving landscape of laws and regulations affecting their businesses. In 2009, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published final guidelines affecting online marketing or direct website advertising. Subsequent to the implementation of these regulations, marketers have faced significant liability for non-compliance
Many years ago, I wrote The Fingered City, about how the Mafia ran a candidate for mayor of New York City. In 1969, to research the novel, I joined the Republican-Liberal primary campaign as an advance man for Fioravante (Fred) Perrotta, Mayor John Lindsay's choice for City Controller.
The European Union has passed a law allowing people to "scrub their reputations online" if the entries were old stories about them that might cause embarrassment. Even if the story is true, you can demand that Google erase it. Ain'-a-gonna happen here under the First Amendment.