Woodrow Hartzog and Danielle Citron write about what we can learn from the recent settlement with Ashley Madison by the FTC and state attorneys general.
- Privacy is for everyone
- Harm from a data breach is about much more than identity theft
- Privacy law and policy must confront the design of technologies
- The FTC’s cooperation with state attorneys general and the Canadian government is a good thing for privacy enforcement
- This is the first FTC complaint involving lying bots. There will be more.
Read their discussion of these points on Ars Technica.