Mar 272011
 
 March 27, 2011  Posted by  Laws

Robert Mullins reports:

The attorneys general of 15 states are telling the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) “Don’t Tread on Me” when it comes to writing rules to protect consumer privacy rights online and in mobile software applications and services. These states have warned the FTC not to pre-empt state privacy rules as it develops a federal Privacy Framework for protecting digital privacy.

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