Monthly Archives: December 2010

Commerce Releases Privacy Report; Recommends Industry Self-Regulation and Creation of Privacy Policy Office

By Paul Glist

On December 16, 2010, the Commerce Department released its own Privacy Report, suggesting a “revitalized” privacy framework that can protect consumer privacy, dynamic businesses and innovation, and promote better global data flow, Commercial Data Privacy and Innovation in the Internet Economy: A Dynamic Policy Framework.  Like … Continue Reading

FTC Releases Privacy Report; Outlines New Framework for Privacy Protections and Do Not Track

By Paul Glist

The Federal Trade Commission has released its long awaited Privacy Report. The Report proposes a “normative framework” for new privacy protections that would cover the use of personal and profiling information across all industries, on and offline, and recommends a “do not track” law to limit online behavioral a… Continue Reading

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