Privacy Advisor

Dana Rosenfeld Named Privacy Ombudsman for Tower Records Bankruptcy Case

October 1, 2006

Dana Rosenfeld, former assistant director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection and now counsel with Bryan Cave LLP, will serve as the consumer privacy ombudsman for the Tower Records Chapter 11 case.

Rosenfeld, the second person to hold the ombudsman role in bankruptcy court, will be required to provide a report analyzing Tower's privacy policy as it pertains to the transfer of customers' personal information to a third party. Rosenfeld's report also will recommend whether Tower's customer information may or may not be transferred to a new purchaser.