IAPP Conference

The FTC and Consumer Privacy Protection, 2009

12/8/2009

Advertising and Marketing Law

Washington, D.C.

Speaking Engagement

Rose Hall
rhall@mofo.com
+44 0207 920 4057

The past year has marked a number of dramatic changes at the FTC: a new chairman, new commissioners, a new bureau director and a new head at the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection. Not to mention, the FTC is in the midst of developing new approaches to defining and protecting privacy, ramping up its privacy-related enforcement activity, and the Obama administration has proposed a new consumer protection bureau: the Consumer Financial Protection Agency. To say the least, 2009 has been a significant year for the FTC. What does it mean for you? Spend a day with representatives from the FTC, lawmakers, policymakers and subject matter experts to learn what these changes mean for privacy practitioners and what the future holds for the FTC.

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