As part of the widespread increase in regulatory focus on data collection, usage and disclosure practices in the mobile industry, the FTC brought charges against Path, Inc., the maker and distributor of a popular social media mobile app, alleging general privacy law violations, as well as a violation of the recently amended Children’s Online Privacy…

The Director of the Delaware Lottery Office has established September 30 as the target, go-live date for online poker in the State of Delaware (pursuant to a law passed in late 2012).  This date was set forth in the Lottery Office’s recent request for technology solutions providers, as recounted here. “All proposed components of the…

The State of Hawaii will be considering legalizing online poker, and possibly other casino games, in the coming legislative session.  While a similar bill was defeated in the Hawaiian House last March, State Sens. Donovan M. Dela Cruz, Gilbert Kahele and Malama Solomon introduced the bill in late January.  The specifics of the bill are…

The FTC issued a report today recommending ways for players in the mobile space to improve privacy practices to ensure that consumers are provided easy-to-understand policies on data collection and usage. The report makes recommendations for the following entities engaged in the mobile marketplace: “mobile platforms (operating system providers, such as Amazon, Apple, BlackBerry, Google,…

Pennsylvania State Rep. Tina Davis has announced plans to introduce an online gaming bill that would legalize online poker, to be played for money, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  The bill would legalize poker, and possibly other casino games, to be played online by individuals physically present in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  As such, the…

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