Sep 162010
 
 September 16, 2010  Posted by  Govt, Online

Tony Romm and Kim Hart report:

Top officials at the Federal Trade Commission are not afraid to admit publicly the complexities that have made regulating privacy online all the more difficult.

Even as the agency preps its much-anticipated online privacy report — a draft version of privacy principles due out this fall — Loretta Garrison, senior attorney at the FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection, admits a number of tough, conceptual questions still challenge once universal understandings of what it means to have “privacy.”

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