The Subcommittee on Telecommunications, Trade and Consumer Protection
Good Morning, Mr. Chairman and members of the Subcommittee
Mr. Chairman and members of the Subcommittee, I am delighted to be here this morning as a Federal Trade Commissioner. I appreciate your having this hearing today to address such an important topic. I will speak briefly about children's online privacy.
The Subcommittee on Communication of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate
Mr. Chairman, I am Sheila Foster Anthony, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. The Federal Trade Commission is pleased to provide testimony today on the subject of unsolicited commercial e-mail, the consumer protection issues raised by its widespread use, and the Federal Trade Commission's program to combat deceptive and fraudulent unsolicited commercial e-mail.(1)
I. Introduction and Background
Federal Trade Commission
Food Labeling: Net Quantity of Contents; Compliance
21 C.F.R. Parts 101, 161, and 50
Docket No. 92P-0441
COMMENTS OF THE STAFF OF FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION (1)
Kenneth D. Fisher, Ph.D.
Commission on Dietary Supplement Labels
Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Room 738G, Hubert H. Humphrey Building
200 Independence Ave., S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20201
RE: FTC Staff Comment on Draft Report of the Commission on Dietary Supplement Labels(1)
Dear Mr. Fisher:
Statement of Chairman Robert Pitofsky and Commissioners Janet D. Steiger and Christine A. Varney
File No. 971-0033
Statement of Commissioner Mary L. Azcuenaga Concurring in Part and Dissenting in Part
In Matter of Cadence Design Systems, Inc.,
DISSENTING STATEMENT OF COMMISSIONER ROSCOE B. STAREK, III
In the Matter of
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. and Cooper & Chyan Technology, Inc.
File No. 971 0033
Concurring Statement of Commissioner Roscoe B. Starek, III
Regarding Request for Public Comment on Proposed
File No. P89-4219
The policy the Commission announces today in most, perhaps all, respects comports with common sense and is long overdue. The policy enables the Commission to confirm certain otherwise nonpublic information after it has been confirmed (reliably, as defined in the policy) by third parties. The policy also enables the Commission to confirm certain nonpublic information that has not been confirmed by third parties.