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John Krebs, Chief Privacy Officer

The Office of the Chief Privacy Officer (OCPO) manages the FTC’s internal privacy program and is responsible for ensuring that the Commission complies with all applicable privacy laws and guidance. OCPO identifies the privacy risks, controls, and mitigating solutions when making decisions involving the collection, use, sharing, retention, disclosure and destruction of personally identifiable information. It is also responsible for investigating and mitigating privacy incidents, supporting the FTC mission with an evolving privacy program, and promoting a culture of privacy among FTC staff, contractors, and third parties. For more information, see the FTC’s privacy policy.


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