(Glastonbury, CT) – Congress approved sweeping financial system reforms today, eschewing a provision that could have threatened the entire research profession by vastly expanding regulatory control
An unbridled FTC could put an end to the self-regulating nature of the research profession.
Whether enforcing rules on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) or hammering companies for unfair or deceptive practices when they violate their stated privacy policies, the Federal
CMOR Opposes Federal Trade Commission’s Current Stance Regarding Self-Regulation of Online Behavioral Tracking
(Washington, D.C.)— Requesting that any definition of online behavioral tracking exclude survey, opinion and marketing research, CMOR, a non-profit trade association for the survey and opinion rese
CMOR submits the following comments regarding the upcoming FTC Town Hall, "Beyond Voice: Mapping the Mobile Marketplace".
With a growing amount of research being conduc ted online with minors, the profession needs to be cognizant of the prevailing understanding of privacy among minors.
An interview published in Marketing Sherpa on government affairs