The Foundry Law Blog

who’s You’ve Got your Mail

Email. Simple, ordinary, convenient. As of late, the word controversial can also be used to describe this staple of office and personal communication. Given the ubiquitous nature of email in our daily lives, a deeper examination into the issues surrounding privacy and email seems increasingly warranted. Let’s take a look.   Is my email really […]

Coping with COPPA: Protecting Children’s Online Privacy

What is COPPA? In today’s cyber world, security and privacy concerns are paramount. This rings especially true for parents seeking to safeguard their child’s online identity. Lawmakers addressed parents’ concerns by creating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”). Enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), COPPA applies to websites and “online services” […]