IAPP Privacy Academy 2010

Breakout Session The FTC's Privacy Roundtables: The Effect on Future FTC Policy


Advertising and Marketing Law and Privacy + Data Security

Hilton Baltimore
401 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Speaking Engagement

D. Reed Freeman, Jr., CIPP, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Stuart Ingis, Partner, Venable, LLP
Peder Magee, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission

In 2009 and 2010 the FTC held a three-part roundtable series on privacy that addressed the panoply of privacy issues that fall under the its jurisdiction, including online and offline collection, use and disclosure of consumers' information, privacy considerations for cloud computing, social media, behavioral advertising, the role of data brokers, the use of technology in ways that have the potential to threaten or enhance privacy, and the treatment of sensitive information. Dozens of speakers from academia, business and advocacy organizations participated in these three events, and scores of organizations filed comments. FTC leadership and staff have made clear that they intend to use the record of these roundtables to explore new privacy models. Take a look back at the themes that emerged from the panel series and explore what they could mean for the future of privacy at the FTC, including enforcement.

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