Mar 242011
 
 March 24, 2011  Posted by  Business, Laws, Online

Richard L. Santalesa writes:

The December 2010 release of the FTC’s much anticipated Privacy Framework (see our coverage hereherehere and the report itself here), included the typical public comment period, which ended in February.  We’ve looked at the 442 separate submitted comments received by the FTC, available here, from individuals and associations, corporations and organizations to uncover what themes, trends and thoughts have been raised by the FTC’s framework, and in turn, what feedback the FTC will be weighing in future changes of the report and ultimately any resulting recommendations for additional legislation and regulation.

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