House Holds Hearing on Privacy Bill of Rights
PRIVACY LAW—U.S.March 29, 2012
The House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade is hosting a hearing today to investigate whether the Obama administration's Privacy Bill of Rights adequately balances privacy with innovation, ABC News reports. Headlining the hearing--titled "Balancing Privacy and Innovation: Does the President's Proposal Tip the Scale?"--are Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Liebowitz and Department of Commerce Assistant Secretary for Communication and Information Lawrence Strickling. The panel also includes privacy advocates and industry representatives.