The FTC’s Expansive “Watch Dog” Role in Question – How Businesses Should Respond

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the federal consumer protection agency created in 1914 to break up large, anticompetitive monopolies, has recently focused its efforts in regulating consumer privacy and data protection.  Although some specific kinds of data are subject to various federal legal requirements—such as medical information under HIPAA—and states have their own laws governing 

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