Privacy Advisor

U. S. FTC holds first of three privacy roundtable events and signals policy shift

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) held the first in a three-part series of one-day roundtable meetings focused on privacy on December 7, 2009, in Washington, DC. These events are designed to bring together a variety of participants from industry, consumer advocacy organizations, trade associations, think tanks, academia and elsewhere, each with a strong interest in helping to shape the commission’s approach to privacy regulation and enforcement.

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