areas of expertise
Daniel M. Goldberg is Chair of the Privacy & Data Security Group and Co-Chair of the Advertising Technology Group. He is consistently recognized as one of the nation’s leading data lawyers, and uses his considerable experience to help companies navigate legal compliance obligations relating to their data initiatives.
Daniel specializes in all matters involving data – from collection and monetization to storage and security. He has deep experience in the application of privacy and data security laws to consumer and HR datasets, including under the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC Act), WPA-style state laws (Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa, Montana, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Utah), and sectoral laws (such as Washington’s My Health My Data Act). Based in Los Angeles, Daniel is considered a thought leader in California privacy law, specifically the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and the Age-Appropriate Design Code (AADC), effective July 2024.
Daniel not only reads data laws, he is instrumental in shaping their application. He is a frequent speaker and writer, and has worked with business leaders, regulators, and self-regulatory bodies to interpret and address obligations under these laws. For his latest insights, please read the Firm’s Technology Law Updates blog.
Daniel often works in a strategic role of advising companies on the development of data governance frameworks. In this role, Daniel collaborates with various stakeholders (including C-suite, legal, sales, marketing, and IT) to evaluate data flows, assess and mitigate risks that arise from proposed projects and products, and harmonize programs and policies to address obligations across jurisdictions and platforms. This work involves analysis of high risk activities, including the collection of sensitive datasets (such as precise location data, health data, and children’s data) and use of generative AI (such as through facial detection/recognition, profiling, and automated-decision making that has potential for algorithmic bias). Daniel combines his deep understanding of technology and privacy law to translate complex technical and legal concepts into actionable items, and help companies process data consistent with consumer expectations.
Daniel is particularly known for his special expertise in advertising technology and technology transactions, and awareness of the latest legal and industry trends. He routinely negotiates complex deals involving data flows, such as clean room agreements, data licensing/matching agreements, and media buy insertion orders. He performs due diligence on the use of SDKs and other tracking technologies, and evaluates app platform compliance, including with Apple’s App Tracking Transparency (ATT) and privacy manifest requirements. Daniel is highly involved with ad tech industry efforts to address contractual, accountability, and opt-out obligations, including through working closely with the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB). He also serves as a Vice President on the Board of Directors for the International Advertising Association (IAA) and helped IAA and the Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA) publish the first-ever global guide on the impact of privacy laws on marketing and advertising.
Daniel is certified as an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and admitted to practice in California. He is a graduate of UCLA and USC Law. Prior to joining the Firm, he worked in Big Law and separately was involved in the launch of a fintech startup, which was acquired by a multi-national corporation.
awards & recognition
Chambers Global - Band 4 in Privacy & Data Security (2023)
Chambers Global – “Up and Coming” in Privacy & Data Security (2020-2022)
Chambers USA – Band 4 in Privacy & Data Security (2022-2023)
Chambers USA – “Up and Coming” in Privacy & Data Security (2020-2021)
Law360 – “Top Attorneys Under 40” in Cybersecurity & Privacy (2020)
Los Angeles Times - "Legal Visionary" in Cybersecurity (2023)
The Legal 500 – Cyber Law (including Data Privacy and Data Protection) (2019-2021, 2023)
Super Lawyers – “Rising Star” for Southern California (2020-2023)
University of Southern California School of Law (J.D., Merit Scholar)
University of California Los Angeles (B.A., cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa)
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
AdTech Technology Demystified
April 2 2024
Past Speaking Engagements
California Lawyers Association’s 2024 Privacy Law Summit
February 8 2024
Third Party SDKs: An Overview and Practical Steps to Reduce Risk
November 30 2023
2023 ANA Masters of Advertising Law Conference
November 16 2023
Investigating Third-Party SDKs – An Overview and Practical Steps to Reduce Risk
November 10 2023
Effective AI Governance in 2023 and Beyond
October 11 2023
September 27 2023
Generative AI Governance 101
Daniel M. Goldberg is a panelist during the webinar, “Generative AI Governance 101 – A Masterclass for Privacy Pros” hosted by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Read more.
August 24 2023
Mid-Year Ad Tech Review – Practical Considerations for Privacy Lawyers
July 27 2023
LACBA: Video Game Symposium
June 9 2023
VGBA Summit 2023
May 23 2023
TechGC: Fullstack GC Conference
May 19 2023
Frankfurt Kurnit’s Tech Law Summit
Please join us for Frankfurt Kurnit's inaugural Tech Law Summit at our offices in downtown Manhattan on Thursday, May 4, 2023. The event will be held in person only, and space is limited. Read more.
May 4 2023
5 New CPRA Obligations for 2023
April 20 2023
Navigating the State Privacy Compliance Landscape for Advertisers and their Agencies
April 3 2023
Privacy and Children’s Issues
Daniel M. Goldberg moderates the “Privacy and Children’s Issues” panel during Frankfurt Kurnit’s The Legal Side of Video Games event in San Francisco.
March 23 2023
IAA: Privacy Principals for the Advertising Industry
Daniel M. Goldberg is a speaker during the webinar, “Privacy Principals for the Advertising Industry” hosted by the International Advertising Association.
March 14 2023
DeputyGC National Summit
Daniel M. Goldberg co-leads the discussion, “Current Developments & Latest Trends in Privacy” at TechGC’s DeputyGC National Summit.
March 1 2023
2023 Inaugural Annual Privacy Summit
Daniel M. Goldberg presents, “AdTech for Privacy Lawyers” during the California Lawyers Association’s Inaugural Annual Privacy Summit.
February 10 2023
IBA 5th Silicon Beach Conference: From Start-Up to Exit
January 23 2023
2022 TechGC Global Summit
Daniel M. Goldberg co-leads the discussion, "Privacy: How to Harmonize Privacy Compliance with Changes Coming in 2023" at the TechGC Global Summit, an invitation only event for TechGC Members.
November 3 2022
Videogames and Children - An Overview of New Developments
Gregory Boyd, Daniel M. Goldberg, and the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) present a webinar covering a number of vital children’s issues to help you anticipate and adapt to a changing legal environment. Read more.
September 29 2022
NFT Compliance Part 2: Privacy Issues to Consider Before Your Drop
August 18 2022
GALA Webinar: Keeping Children Safe Online
Daniel M. Goldberg and S. Gregory Boyd present, “Keeping Children Safe Online: What We Can Learn From the Games Industry” during a webinar hosted by the Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA). Read more.
July 26 2022
The IAB Public Policy and Legal Summit 2022
June 8 2022
The Canadian Institute Advertising & Marketing Law Conference: What Advertisers and Their Counsel Need to Know about Privacy Laws
Daniel M. Goldberg presents, “What Advertisers and Their Counsel Need to Know about Privacy Laws" during the Canadian Institute Advertising & Marketing Law Conference.
January 17 2022
IAB Public Policy & Legal Summit 2021
Daniel M. Goldberg moderates the session, “Preparing for New State Privacy Laws in 2023: CPRA, VCDPA, and CPA” during IAB’s virtual Public Policy & Legal Summit.
November 16 2021
2021 ANA/BAA Marketing Law Conference
November 16 2021
Virtual Privacy + Security Forum Fall Academy 2021
Daniel M. Goldberg presents, “Privacy Law and Emerging Advertising Technology” during the Virtual Privacy + Security Forum Fall Academy.
September 30 2021
Frankfurt Kurnit’s Virtual Sixth Annual Advertising Law Summit
We fill your screen with thought leaders from the FTC, NAD, SAG-AFTRA and our own ranks to tackle the most challenging legal and business issues facing advertisers today. Read more.
June 24 2021
MLRC: The State of AdTech
Daniel M. Goldberg presents, "The State of AdTech" during the Media Law Resource Center's Data Privacy & Security Committee Meeting.
June 23 2021
Clubhouse Series: Welcome to the Future! Legal Issues with Using Clubhouse
Join Hannah Taylor (@hannahetaylor) and Daniel M. Goldberg (@dangold8) on the Clubhouse app for a discussion on legal issues with using the app. They'll chat about the platform’s terms, as well as issues for companies to consider as they begin to explore using the platform for advertising. To participate, join Hannah’s room, The Laws of Advertising, on February 25th at 2pm EST.
February 25 2021
IAA Privacy Download with Mediaspace
Daniel M. Goldberg discusses the California Privacy Rights Act in the first edition of the IAA Privacy Download series. The International Advertising Association (IAA) and mediaspace.global launched the Privacy Download series which will share knowledge on the hottest topics in privacy law, translating complex legal issues into easy-to-understand, actionable insights for practitioners in the marketing, media and digital space globally.
December 9 2020
Devcom Digital Conference 2020
Daniel M. Goldberg presents “Privacy in Video Games – An Update for Today” during the Devcom Digital conference.
August 28 2020
GALA & IAA’s Global Privacy Laws Book Launch Virtual Event
Daniel Goldberg presents “How to Intimately Engage with Consumers While Respecting Their Privacy in a Post-COVID world” during the panel discussion portion of GALA & IAA's Global Privacy Laws book launch virtual event.
July 8 2020
Now I Know My SDKs: Legal Considerations for Use of Tracking Tech for Analytics & Advertising
Join Frankfurt Kurnit for a live webinar to explore privacy and advertising considerations around the use of Software Development Kits (SDKs) and related tracking technologies in your apps. Read more.
May 28 2020
Zoom as a Case Study – Privacy and Security in the Digital World During Social Distancing
Join Frankfurt Kurnit’s Privacy & Data Security Group for a live virtual roundtable webinar on Webex to explore the rapidly evolving privacy and data security questions surrounding the meteoric rise of Zoom, the most popular video conferencing application in the COVID-19 era of social distancing. Read more.
April 14 2020
MAC Level Up 20
Daniel Goldberg presents "Data Privacy and Digital Identity: The Legal Impact of New Privacy Law on the Payments Ecosystem" at the MAC Level Up 20 conference in Las Vegas.
March 3 2020
Law Seminars International: Current Issues for IP & Technology Licensing
Daniel Goldberg presents "Licenses for Cloud Computing" at the Law Seminars International conference on current issues for IP and Technology Licensing in Seattle.
October 24 2019
Social Media Week NYC
May 2 2019
ELFA Legal Forum
Daniel Goldberg speaks on the privacy breakout panel at the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s Legal Forum in San Diego.
April 29 2019
ESRB: 8 Privacy and Advertising Tips for The Games Industry in 2019
Gregory Boyd and Daniel Goldberg once again present to Entertainment Software Rating Board members on the most relevant privacy issues involving video games and online advertising. The presentation is scheduled to coincide with the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
March 21 2019
March 13 2019
CARU West Coast Conference 2019
Daniel Goldberg moderates “What Happened in the Oath Action and What it Means for Ad Buyers” at the Children’s Advertising Review Unit conference at the Ritz Carlton in Marina Del Rey.
March 6 2019
IAPP’s Privacy Security Risk Conference in Austin
Hannah Taylor moderates and Daniel Goldberg participates on a panel “Branded Chatbots: Privacy, Advertising, and Ethical Risks” at the International Association of Privacy Professional’s Privacy Security Risk 2018 program in Austin.
October 18 2018
AMEC Basics for Businesses: Legal Obligations & Best Practices for Social Media
Daniel Goldberg will be presenting for AMEC members on the Basics for Businesses: Legal Obligations & Best Practices for Social Media in Los Angeles.
September 27 2018
Video Games and GDPR Compliance
June 28 2018
GDPR’s Impact on Communications
Daniel Goldberg speaks on the "GDPR's Impact on Communications" during a webinar for Ragan.
June 21 2018
Social Media Week LA 2018
June 14 2018
Be the Change: Frankfurt Kurnit’s Third Annual Advertising Law Summit
Changes in advertising law are inevitable. The changes come from regulators and self-regulators. They come from privacy and data security czars. They come from the courts. And they come from technology providers and platforms. Read more.
June 7 2018
CARU West Coast 2018
Daniel Goldberg speaks on “Practical Tips for App Developers” at The Children’s Advertising Review Unit’s 2018 conference in San Francisco.
May 2 2018
ANA Brand Activation Legal Webinar
Daniel Goldberg discusses the chatbot ecosystem and issues to consider to help build an effective marketing campaign using chatbots for the Association of National Advertisers Brand Activation Legal webinar.
April 9 2018
Media Law Resource Center Webinar on GDPR
Daniel Goldberg speaks on the GDPR during a webinar for Media Law Resource Center’s Advertising & Commercial Speech Committee.
April 5 2018
MIP Global Trademark Roadshow 2018 In Los Angeles
Hannah Taylor and Daniel Goldberg are part of the Social Media Concerns panel at the Managing Intellectual Property Global Trademark Roadshow event at the Intercontinental Downtown Hotel in Los Angeles.
March 13 2018
Hollywood Hacked! Leaks and Data Breaches in the Entertainment Industry
Jeremy S. Goldman and Daniel Goldberg speak on the panel “Hollywood Hacked! Leaks and Data Breaches in the Entertainment Industry” for the IP, Internet & New Media and Entertainment Law Sections of the Beverly Hills Bar Association. More information can be found here.
March 8 2018
PLI’s Social Media 2018
Daniel Goldberg presents on Social Media in the Workplace: Emerging Issues at the Practising Law Institute’s Social Media 2018: Addressing Corporate Risks in San Francisco.
February 1 2018
New and Emerging Technologies – Opportunities and Pitfalls Webinar
Daniel Goldberg speaks on the panel “New and Emerging Technologies – Opportunities and Pitfalls” for the American Bar Association.
December 6 2017
2017 ANA/BAA Marketing Law Conference
Frankfurt Kurnit sponsors the ANA/BAA 39th Marketing Law Conference in Chicago. Rick Kurnit moderates "The Right of Publicity vs. Fake News and Other Content Claims", Jeffrey A. Greenbaum and Brian G. Murphy present "Content Creep: Media Deals with Custom Content, Native Advertising and Other Value-Added Elements" and Hannah E. Taylor and Daniel Goldberg present "Chat Bots/Social Bots - Rewards & Risks". More information can be found here.
November 13 2017
Chatbot Hotspots: Legal & Business Issues Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Understand
September 13 2017
MLRC Advertising and Commercial Speech Committee Meeting
July 25 2017
Chatbot Hotspots: Legal & Business Issues Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Understand
Hannah Taylor and Daniel Goldberg lead a Social Media Week in LA panel discussion, "Chatbot Hotspots: Legal & Business Issues Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Understand", at Expert DOJO in Santa Monica beginning at 12:30PDT. More information can be found here.
June 15 2017
A Dozen Things You Need To Know About Advertising Law for 2017
Jeff Greenbaum and Brian Murphy from our New York office, and Daniel Goldberg from our new Los Angeles office, will lead a fun, fast-paced and informative discussion in which they discuss recent developments in advertising law at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica. For more information and to RSVP, click here. Read more.
February 21 2017
news & press
FTC’s Rite Aid Order: A Strong Message to Biometric and AI Users
Cybersecurity Law Report quotes Daniel M. Goldberg on the FTC's groundbreaking enforcement action against Rite Aid, arising from the company's use of automated, facial recognition technology. It's arguably the FTC's first AI enforcement action. View article (Behind paywall)
How Will Contextual Advertising Fare When The FTC Revises Its COPPA Rule?
United Airlines Reportedly Mulls Behavioral Targeting Play
Addressing The Risky Business Of “High-Risk” Data Activities
Will California’s New Law Aimed at Data Brokers Require a “Delete Me” Button on All Websites?
Online Advertising and Marketing: Overview (US)
What Cos. Should Know About Software Development Kits
What Are “Data Clean Rooms”?
Los Angeles Times: Legal Visionaries
Five Action Items to Help You Prepare for the Wave of Privacy Enforcement Starting July 2023
Mark your calendars - July 2023 is an important month for US privacy enforcement. Read more.
What the FTC-Microsoft COPPA Action means for the Gaming Sector
Last week, the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission announced a 20 million dollar settlement with Microsoft for allegedly violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Read more.
Frankfurt Kurnit in The Legal 500 2023
The Legal 500 once again praises Frankfurt Kurnit practice groups and attorneys in the 2023 edition of their United States guide. Read more.
Frankfurt Kurnit in Chambers USA 2023
For the 19th consecutive year, Chambers and Partners includes Frankfurt Kurnit practice groups & attorneys. The 2023 USA guide praises our Advertising, Entertainment, Intellectual Property, and Privacy & Data Security practices. In addition,15 of our attorneys are ranked individually. Read more.
The Number Of US State Privacy Laws Is Close To Hitting Double-Digits
Washington “My Health My Data” Act Dramatically Alters Health Data Compliance Landscape
Washington State’s My Health My Data Act (“the Act”) introduces a sweeping set of obligations for nearly all entities that do business in the state and that handle “consumer health data,” a broad new class of health-related data separate from that regulated by the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”). Read more.
Data Privacy Roundup
AdExchanger quotes Daniel M. Goldberg on the recent revival of cookie banners and consent pop-ups US companies have added to their websites in an attempt to protect themselves from privacy lawsuits. Read more.
CPRA Regs: 8 New Obligations You Need to Know
On February 14, the CPPA, California’s new privacy regulatory agency, filed the first part of its proposed final CPRA Regs with California’s Office of Administrative Law (OAL). Read more.
Frankfurt Kurnit Privacy Practice Receives Top Ranking in Chambers Global 2023
Chambers and Partners includes our Privacy & Data Security practice as Band 1 in Chambers Global for 2023. Read more.
California AG Issues CCPA Warning To Mobile Apps
Frankfurt Kurnit Attorneys Named to Southern California Super Lawyers List for 2023
Privacy Considerations for 2023
2023 is around the corner. As a refresher, on January 1, 2023, two new comprehensive privacy laws – the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) and the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (“VCDPA”) – take effect. Read more.
How an Ad Tech Firm Co-opted IAB Europe’s Transparency and Consent Framework to Collect Fingerprinting Data
Second Edition of Privacy Law Released
Bizcommunity quotes Jeffrey A. Greenbaum and Daniel M. Goldberg on the release of the second edition of the two-volume set, “Privacy Law: A Global Legal Perspective on Data Protection Relating to Advertising & Marketing.” Read more.
Brands Review Data Privacy Policies After $1.2 Million Sephora Settlement
Metaverse IRL: Tackling Privacy Amid the Rampant Hype and Burst of Deals
Is There Still Hope For A Federal Privacy Bill This Year?
Calif. Privacy Agency Signals Strength With Rules Proposal
Hottest Firms and Stories on Law360 June 2022
Daniel M. Goldberg and Zach Lewis’s article, “Key Privacy Issues To Consider Before Launching An NFT” is included in Law360's roundup of the stories that generated the most buzz over the past week. View Article
NFT Marketers Warned: Make Sure You Observe Privacy Rules
Key Privacy Issues To Consider Before Launching An NFT
Law360 published Daniel M. Goldberg and Zach Lewis’s expert analysis article, “Key Privacy Issues to Consider Before Launching an NFT.” The article suggests that there are five steps in dropping an NFT collection, and examines the privacy and data protection issues brands must consider through each of the five steps. View Article
California Agency Proposes Broad Privacy Rules
Frankfurt Kurnit in Chambers 2022
For the eighteenth consecutive year Chambers and Partners included Frankfurt Kurnit practice groups & attorneys. The 2022 USA guide praised our Advertising, Entertainment, Intellectual Property, and Privacy & Data Security practices. In addition,13 of our attorneys are ranked individually. Read more.
Privacy News for Q2 2022
A summary of privacy news and trends we have seen in the first half of 2022. Read more.
Calif. Privacy Agency Unveils Long-Awaited Draft Regulations
Connecticut Privacy Law Adds Stitch to Confusing Legal Patchwork
Are “Privacy-First” Clean Rooms Safe From Regulators?
California Businesses Gain Clarity on Consumer Data Requests
Ad Industry’s Third-Party Data Use Grew Despite Impending Cookie Shutdown
Frankfurt Kurnit Privacy & Data Security Practice Group Receives Top Ranking in Chambers Global 2022
Chambers and Partners includes our Privacy & Data Security practice as Band 1 in Chambers Global for 2022. Read more.
Calif. AG Sets Sights on Loyalty Programs’ Privacy Pitfalls
Law360 quotes Daniel M. Goldberg on the California Consumer Privacy Act requirement that companies offering loyalty programs explain to consumers how they’re profiting from the personal data they collect. Read more.
Daniel M. Goldberg Quoted in MediaPost on California Attorney General Warnings About Company Loyalty Programs
MediaPost quotes Daniel M. Goldberg on the warning letters sent to various companies from California Attorney General Rob Bonta’s office for allegedly not complying with California’s privacy law. Read more.
Does Your Loyalty Program Violate the CCPA?
California Attorney General Rob Bonta tweeted and released a statement that his office has sent warning letters to businesses in a variety of industries for alleged failure to comply with CCPA. Read more.
FTC Moves Toward Privacy Regulations
iOS 15 Brings New Privacy Controls That Will Impact Advertising Initiatives
After months in beta, Apple is releasing iOS 15 to the public. Building upon the Privacy Nutrition Labels and App Tracking Transparency (ATT) framework introduced in iOS 14.5, iOS 15 introduces new privacy controls that will impact brand marketing initiatives and the ad tech ecosystem. Although these controls are not an iOS 14.5-caliber seismic event, they are yet another example of how platform providers have become de facto regulators of privacy. Read more.
New York City Restricts Collection of Biometric Identifiers
Major US municipalities are lining up to regulate business use of technologies to collect biometric identifiers and information. For example, Portland, Oregon, banned the use of face recognition technologies earlier this year. Now, New York City businesses must comply with a new law too: Effective July 9, 2021, any commercial establishment in New York City that collects, retains, converts, stores or shares biometric identifier information of customers must disclose such activity using clear and conspicuous signage near all customer entrances. Read more.
Frankfurt Kurnit in The Legal 500 2021
The Legal 500 praises three of our practice groups: Advertising & Marketing; Entertainment; and Privacy & Data Security. The London-based directory spotlighted fifteen of our attorneys individually: Lisa E. Davis, Daniel Goldberg, Richard Heller, Andrew Hurwitz, Candice Kersh, and Michael Williams. Julie Murray is listed as a “Next Generation Partner” in Entertainment. Christopher R. Chase, Jeffrey A. Greenbaum, Brian G. Murphy and Terri Seligman are listed as “Leading Lawyers” in Advertising. Dorian Slater Thomas and Matthew Vittone are listed as a “Rising Stars” in Advertising. Rick Kurnit is in the “Hall of Fame” for Advertising.
Frankfurt Kurnit in Chambers 2021
For the seventeenth consecutive year Chambers and Partners included Frankfurt Kurnit practice groups & attorneys. The 2021 guide praised our Advertising, Entertainment, Intellectual Property, and Privacy & Data Security practices. In addition, 13 of our attorneys are ranked individually. Read more.
Law360 Names Attys Who Moved Up the Firm Ranks
Law360 mentions Tiffany Caterina, Marcie Cleary, Daniel Goldberg, Sasha Levites, Tyler Maulsby, Julie Murray and Adam Osterweil’s promotion to partner. View Article
Apple’s App Privacy Disclosure Regime Risks FTC, Legal Scrutiny
Chambers Global 2021
Where Does Net Neutrality Stand In Calif.? Experts Weigh In
Four Frankfurt Kurnit Attorneys Named to Southern California Super Lawyers List for 2021
The list includes: Super Lawyer Joseph R. Taylor. Tiffany Caterina, Daniel Goldberg and Scott Goldman are listed as “Rising Stars.”
California Ballot Measures: The Results and What They Mean for Hollywood
IAB CCPA Benchmark Survey
USC Gould Alumni Newsletter - October 2020
The USC Gould Alumni Newsletter mentions Daniel Goldberg’s promotion to partner.
Over 50 Privacy Professionals & Experts Oppose Prop. 24
Daniel Goldberg is mentioned as part of the 50 privacy professionals who oppose Proposition 24, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) on Eric Goldman’s Technology & Marketing Law Blog. View Article
Frankfurt Kurnit Elects Seven New Partners
Frankfurt Kurnit has elected as partners Tiffany R. Caterina, Marcie Cleary, Daniel M. Goldberg, Sasha H. Levites, Tyler Maulsby, Julie Murray, and Adam J. Osterweil. The promotions take effect January 1, 2021. Read more.
Takeaways From The Weather Channel Settlement Over Location Data Practices
How Privacy Laws are Affecting Advertising & Marketing Around the World
Mediaspace: Exclusive Video Interview with Daniel Goldberg
Rising Star: Frankfurt Kurnit’s Daniel Goldberg
Who’s Selling Data? New California Privacy Law Gives Users More Control
IAA Launches First-Ever “Global Privacy Laws Handbook” Over Virtual Book Launch
The Daily Star, The Free Press Journal (view article) and Advertising & Media Insider India (view article) mention Jeffrey A. Greenbaum and Daniel Goldberg in their coverage of the International Advertising Association and Global Advertising Lawyers Association’s virtual book launch. View Article
IAA - GALA Privacy Laws Handbook Launch
Law360 Rising Stars 2020
Daniel Goldberg in The Legal 500
Frankfurt Kurnit in Chambers 2020
For the sixteenth consecutive year Chambers and Partners included Frankfurt Kurnit practice groups & attorneys. The 2020 guide praised our Advertising, Entertainment and Intellectual Property practices. In addition, 13 of our attorneys are ranked individually. Read more.
Three Frankfurt Kurnit Attorneys Named to Southern California Super Lawyers List for 2020
The list includes: "Super Lawyer" Joseph R. Taylor. Tiffany Caterina and Daniel Goldberg are listed as “Rising Stars.” Read more.
California’s Game-Changing New Privacy Rules Were Meant to Take on Big Tech. Small Businesses are Caught in the Middle
How Chatbots and Voice Assistants Will Be Affected by Data Privacy Laws
Adweek quotes Hannah Taylor on the legal issues surrounding what information chatbots can give consumers. Daniel Goldberg is quoted on privacy principals and the California Consumer Privacy Act. View Article
Business Takeaways from the FTC $5 Billion Settlement with Facebook
On July 24, 2019, the FTC announced a $5 billion settlement with Facebook to address Facebook’s alleged violations of the FTC Act and its 2012 consent order with the FTC. Read more.
Frankfurt Kurnit in The Legal 500 2019
The Legal 500 praises four of our core practice groups: Marketing and Advertising; Media and Entertainment; Intellectual Property (Copyright); and Cyber Law (Data Privacy and Data Protection). The London-based directory spotlighted 18 of our attorneys individually: Gregory Boyd, Christopher Chase, Victoria Cook, Daniel M. Goldberg, Hayden Goldblatt, Jeremy Goldman, Richard Heller, Andrew Hurwitz, Sean Kane, Candice Kersh, Gavin McElroy, Brian G. Murphy, Edward H. Rosenthal and Maura Wogan. Jeffrey A. Greenbaum, Rick Kurnit and Terri Seligman are listed as “Leading Lawyers” in Advertising and Marketing. Hannah Taylor is listed as “Next Generation Lawyer” in Marketing and Advertising.
Chatbots & AI—Business, Legal, and Ethical Concerns
Playing to Win: How Attorneys Can Help Video Game Clients
Dozens of Privacy Experts Tell the California Legislature That Its New Privacy Law is Badly Undercooked
41 California Privacy Experts Urge Major Changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act
New California Privacy Law Calls for Significant Changes
On the heels of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California has now passed a digital privacy law that gives consumers more control over their personal information online. Read more.
New Media Doesn’t Mean New Rules: The Challenges of Chatbots
How GDPR Could Weaken, Not Strengthen, the Duopoly
Drones: Regulation and Practices
Daniel Goldberg contributed to The Media Law Resource Center’s new report, “Drones: Regulations and Practices.” This report summarizes the FAA’s new drone usage rules “for non-hobby and non-recreational purposes,” which includes the use of drones by members of the media.
International Association of Privacy Professionals
Daniel Goldberg has been named co-chair of the LA chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
The Association of Corporate Counsel - Winter 2017 Newsletter
The Association of Corporate Counsel published S. Gregory Boyd, and Daniel Goldberg’s alert, Privacy Shield: Year One Updates You Need To Know, in the Focus on the New York City Chapter – Winter 2017 Newsletter. View Article
Google and Facebook: EU’s Draft ePrivacy Regulation Passes Committee and Parliament Vote
Privacy Shield: Year One Updates You Need To Know
This month we're celebrating Privacy Shield's first birthday with an update on everything Privacy Shield. There have been a number of developments on the Privacy Shield-front that companies certified or seeking self-certification under Privacy Shield need to know. Read more.
USC’s Alumni Entrepreneurs Network Offers Support and Mentors
Daniel Goldberg is mentioned in USC’s Trojan Family magazine article about being one of the founding committee members and membership chair of USC’s Alumni Association’s Alumni Entrepreneurs Network (AEN). View Article
Class Action Lawsuits Over Alleged COPPA Violations Reinforce Importance of Compliance
Earlier this month, three class action lawsuits were filed against companies for alleged violations of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA"). Read more.
Data for Sale . . . at a Price
GALA Gazette publishes Daniel Goldberg’s blog post, “Data for Sale . . . at a Price - FTC Imposes $104 Million Judgment against Company over Alleged Unlawful Sharing of Consumers’ Sensitive Information”. View Article
Start Your Engines: We Have to Deal With GDPR, What Now?
Back in January, we posted about the circumstances in which your company, even if based in the US, must comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), taking effect in May 2018. Here we will provide a high level checklist to help you start down the path of GDPR readiness. Read more.
Daniel Goldberg in the ISSA Journal April 2017
Daniel Goldberg's article, "Every Move You Make, I’ll Be Watching You Watching Me Watching You" is featured in the April 2017 edition of the Information Systems Security Association Journal. View Article
Copyright Infringement: Get Ready for New DMCA Agent Designation Rules
Out with the old, in with the new. That's the latest slogan of the Copyright Office which, on December 1, 2016, finally brings its nearly 20-year old system for designating Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") agents online. Read more.
Latest on the FTC Data Security Front
FTC Issues Guide on How to Respond to a Data Breach, and Eleventh Circuit Questions the FTC's Interpretation of Its Section 5 Authority But Does NOT Alter the Unfairness Standard in Data Security Matters. Read more.