Results tagged “Privacy”

TSA Seeks Comments on Whole Body Imaging at Airports

TSA will install new privacy technology on screening machines in coming weeks.

FTC Staff Report Outlines Best Practices for Mobile App Industry

Agency provides disclosure guidelines to protect consumer privacy.

The Regulatory Week in Review: December 28, 2012

Supreme Court declines to halt temporarily the contraceptive coverage rule, FTC toughens child online privacy rule, and more.

FTC Launches Investigation into Data Brokerage Companies

Agency to determine whether more regulation is needed to protect consumers.

Court Approves Google's Privacy Settlement

Federal judge approves FTC's action over Google's Safari practices.

The Regulatory Week in Review: November 2, 2012

Hurricane Sandy triggers responses by federal and state agencies, a federal judge curtails contraception mandate, and more.

Protecting Privacy in DNA Sequencing

President's Bioethics Commission recommends self-regulation and government oversight.

California Bans Homosexual Reparative Therapy for Minors

California becomes first state to outlaw gay conversion therapy for children.

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 7, 2012

Chinese city limits the number of cars, FEC allows cell phone campaign donations, and more.

The Regulatory Week in Review: August 17, 2012

DOJ approves Verizon spectrum deal, government finalizes off-shore drilling rules, and more.

Expanding Child Protection Online

FTC proposes to "clarify" and "strengthen" online children's privacy.

The Regulatory Week in Review: August 10, 2012

Google pays largest FTC penalty, HHS adopts rule to cut red tape, and more.

The Regulatory Week in Review: May 18, 2012

Justice Department investigates JPMorgan, Oxfam sues the SEC, a new study shows that ethanol damages engines, and more.

The Regulatory Week in Review: April 27, 2012

Charges filed against TSA screeners, House passes cybersecurity bill, Supreme Court hears Arizona immigration case, and more.

The Regulatory Week in Review: March 30, 2012

Supreme Court hears health care oral arguments, EPA proposes greenhouse gas standards, Obama pushes to end oil subsidies, and more.

The Regulatory Week in Review: March 2, 2012

Lawsuit over Google privacy policy dismissed, smoking labels held unconstitutional, auto safety rule on rearview cameras delayed, and more.

The Regulatory Week in Review: February 24, 2012

Inquiry into overdraft practices, liability for Gulf Coast oil spill, changes to Regulations.gov, and more.

Congress Passes FAA Modernization Act

Long-awaited bill will fund FAA through 2015.

The Regulatory Week in Review: February 10, 2012

CA Proposition 8 struck down, $26 billion foreclosure settlement with banks, contraception mandate debate, and more.

EU Reveals New Strategy to Improve Online Privacy

Proposal would unify EU data protection laws and reduce business compliance costs.