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AGs emphasize consumer protection and privacy expertise in FTC comments

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will be holding a series of hearings this fall on “Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century,” with the goal of reflecting on the agency’s powers, and state attorneys general (AGs) want to make sure their voices are heard. A bipartisan group of 29 state AGs filed comments with … Continue Reading

State Attorneys General Maintain Sharp Focus on Privacy

Though the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Presidential Initiative “Privacy in a Digital Age” expired in June 2013 when a new NAAG president took over, the state attorneys general have maintained their sharp focus on all things privacy, with no signs that that focus will shift anytime soon. Most recent case in point: a … Continue Reading
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