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Children’s online privacy rights must be considered by companies

The Topps Company— the maker of Ring Pops—may have been just trying to have a little marketing fun. But a recent contest the company sponsored in 2014 around its jewel-shaped ring candy has caused a ruckus among several children’s rights advocacy groups and is at the root of a complaint recently filed with the Federal … Continue Reading

EEOC suit against Honeywell could have far reaching ramifications

When the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) sued Honeywell Inc. in October over the company’s wellness program, it had many legal experts scratching their heads. The wellness plan Honeywell offers to its employees is pretty typical of most plans offered within corporate America. But according to the EEOC’s suit, filed in a Minneapolis court on … Continue Reading