Loeb & Loeb LLP is pleased to announce that Nathan J. Hole will speak at a session titled "Unique Privacy and Data Security Challenges" at the Law Seminars International Conference, "Mobile Payments Law."
From the conference website:
Mobile payments are attracting considerable attention from technology companies, financial institutions, carriers, investors, merchants and consumers. Contactless technologies, such as near-field communication and remote payment solutions that allow for more rapid or advanced checkout and a range of value-added services and value propositions, are rushing to market. This conference will address various business models and platforms for mobile payments, state and federal banking and financial services regulations and their application to mobile payments, the international experience, marketing and advertising rules, and privacy and data security considerations. It will feature varying viewpoints from the many participants and supervisors of these complex systems for a broader perspective.
Friday, November 16, 2012
8:30AM - 10:30AM - Unique Privacy and Data Security Challenges: Issues from Transmission of the Offer to Completion of the Payment Transaction
This session will examine the privacy issues surrounding auto-dialing, text-messaging, telemarketing and spam regulations. Speakers will offer industry best practices and initiatives (e.g., MMA Guidelines, CTIA Best Practices) as well as insights into the regulatory landscape for behavioral advertising and location-based services.
Nathan J. Hole, Loeb & Loeb LLP
Tracy Shapiro, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati