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Monthly Archives: December 2010

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

Posted in Marketing and Consumer Privacy

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

Posted in Marketing and Consumer Privacy

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