Boing Boing has an excellent how-to located here on how to opt out of being included in LinkedIn’s social media advertising. Briefly, LinkedIn assumes that you consent to LinkedIn’s use of your image in the adverstising of its sponsor’s products. If you recommend your CPA firm, and your CPA firm purchases advertising on LinkedIn, your photo may appear in that advertising.
A standing room meeting organized by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in Washington on Monday, December 7th, highlighted a crucial divide in the discussion over the regulation of online privacy. The New York Times provides an excellent summary of the mainstream newsworthy aspects of the meeting. While the take away may be that the FTC… Continue Reading
The World Privacy Forum has published a list of their favorite opt out opportunities. Click here to review this very helpful list, some of which may be new to you. Mark McCreary is a partner in Fox Rothschild’s Corporate Department, specializing in privacy and Internet law. If you have questions regarding this post, or any… Continue Reading