03/16/2011 12:00 p.m. - 02:00 p.m.
Internet, Media + Entertainment, Privacy + Data Security, Consumer Litigation, and Advertising and Marketing Law
Tysons Corner Marriott 8028 Leesburg Pike Vienna, Virginia 22182
In December 2010, the Federal Trade Commission released its long-awaited staff report on privacy, entitled Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change. Based largely on themes and concepts developed through a series of privacy roundtables held by the Commission over the past year, the report sets out a proposed framework for how companies should protect consumers’ privacy. The Commission expects to release a final report later in 2011. This program will take a look at the proposed framework and what it could mean for businesses that collect and use consumer data. The proposed framework embodied in the report consists of three major elements: (1) “privacy by design”; (2) simplified consumer choice; and (3) greater transparency. This program will take a closer look at these themes and also highlight other notable features of the proposed framework, such as:
Join us to learn how the FTC’s report could affect how your company does business. Moderator:
MCLE Credit: WMACCA will apply for 1.5 hours of general Virginia MCLE credit after the program.
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