Google Privacy Policy, the FTC, and Your Rights

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According to the WaPo’s Craig Timberg (“Google facing FTC scrutiny over privacy — yet again”), Google has been accused in a consumer advocate complaint to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) of engaging in deceptive trade practices by changing its privacy policy earlier this year to permit merging user profile…

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How to Use a Non-Disparagement Clause to Protect Your Business

By | Dallas Business Lawyer, Dallas Business Lawyer, eCommerce Agreements, Employment Agreements, Featured Articles, Social Media, Technology Contracts | No Comments

What is a non-disparagement clause? A non-disparagement clause is an optional part of a contract that typically requires each party to the agreement will not say bad things about the others to third parties or the public in general. It’s designed to protect the reputations of all involved in the…

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