Posts Tagged ‘Clippinger’

Facebook is Betting Against its Users, by John H. Clippinger

Friday, June 4th, 2010

Note: This piece was originally published at the Huffington Post Facebook is at it again: Here are our new privacy settings. Trust us, we will take care of you. After its privacy practices have been roundly criticized by the New York Times, a chorus of users, Silicon Valley insiders and privacy advocates, Facebook doubles down its privacy […]

FTC Roundtable Explores Online Privacy

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Can there be security and privacy online after the fact? That was the question posed at a March 17th public roundtable on consumer privacy sponsored by the Federal Trade Commission. The roundtable brought together academics, industry experts and government officials to discuss the challenges of building a secure and authenticated layer for the Internet on […]

The Case for Evolvable Contract Spreadsheets, by John H. Clippinger

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

A good contract is a fair contract. A contract is fair when it is willfully entered into with full and informed consent. Fairness is not just a matter of how the contract is drafted, but how it is understood. Parties need to understand how their interests are served and need to feel confident that they […]

Digital Firms for the Net

Monday, April 20th, 2009

John Clippinger discusses digital firms and Vermont’s digital corporate transactions law on Bank of America’s Future of Banking Blog…