Hannah Lepow writes:
On November 30, the FTC released a staff summary of its September 15, 2016 public workshop, Putting Disclosures to the Test. Numerous goods and services, from home appliances to financial services, make use of disclosures to inform users of their privacy practices. These disclosures—whether delivered offline or online, via text, video, or audio—are a key tool for consumers in learning the information they need to make informed decisions in the marketplace. The FTC has previously issued guidance about making effective digital disclosures and mobile privacy notices. The workshop went beyond these areas and discussed disclosures for a range of products through the lens of multiple disciplines.
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