Preventing the United Nations from having power to regulate online content is the focus as Phil Corwin, Counsel to the Internet Commerce Association, returns to discuss with Bennet the controversy over the upcoming 2012 World Conference on International Telecommunications organized by the International Telecommunications Union.
Plus, Big Data and its increased scrutiny by both Congress and the FTC as we hear from Bill Sullivan, Vice President and General Manager for Public Sector for Informatica.
Mary Engle who directs the Federal Trade Commissions Division of Advertising Practices and is featured in the FTC videos explaining the endorsement guidelines. We will be talking about the recent Technorati State of the Blogosphere report which showed an alarming gap in compliance with the Endorsement Guidelines.
In addition, we will be covering the FTC-Facebook privacy settlement, the latest from Capital Hill on SOPA and sales taxes and the infrastructure hack that wasnt?
News headlines include: Borders Intellectual Property Sale Delayed By Privacy Issue; Shoe maker Reebok Settles FTC Deceptive Advertising Lawsuit.
Raun Burnham, who is raising funds for Pocket Mass on Kickstarter! A short 17-minute musical mass for chorus and light instrumentation.
Finally, Bennet speaks with Forbes Magazine staff writer and author of the Not So Private Parts blog Kashmir Hill, who calls herself a privacy pragmatist, writing about the intersection of law, technology, social media and our personal information.
Bernet goes over the FTCs annual report and how to avoid being a target and Dan Tynan from eSarcasm.com is welcomed back to discuss the Internet saint and more.