Beth Fulkerson featured in an article by InformationWeek: Tracking Pixels Continue to Cause Data Privacy Issues in Healthcare

Culhane Meadows’ Chicago partner Beth Fulkerson was recently quoted in an article for InformationWeek which discusses a recent NHS data breach and the use of pixel targeting.
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Reiko Feaver and Beth Fulkerson co-author article for Law360: Legislation May Be Lacking, But AI Is Not A Legal Free-For-All

Culhane Meadows’ partners Reiko Feaver and Beth Fulkerson recently co-authored an article published by Law360 which discusses how current laws and regulations are already in place to handle the emergence of generative AI.
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Beth Fulkerson interviewed by Search Engine Journal on Google’s Snippets “stealing” website traffic

Beth Fulkerson, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Chicago office, was recently interviewed by Search Engine Journal for an article titled “Are Google’s Featured Snippets Stealing Clicks? It’s Complicated.”
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Brad Elbein and Beth Fulkerson co-author article about likely Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act (COPRA)

COPRA May Be Coming, and It’s Not Too Soon to Prepare
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Beth Fulkerson: Geofencing Users Must Respect Privacy Rights

Our Chicago-based partner, Beth Fulkerson, was recently interviewed about the legal issues surrounding consumer privacy rights when advertisers employ geofencing and GPS tracking technology.
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