Clear your calendar this afternoon – Thursday, September 8, 2022 – and watch the live webcast of the FTC’s virtual public forum regarding its Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on commercial surveillance and data security practices.
Chair Kahn will convene the event at 2:00 ET. Following remarks from Commissioner Slaughter and FTC staff, the first panel will discuss industry perspectives on commercial surveillance and data security. The second panel will consider the issues from the perspective of consumer advocates. Commissioner Bedoya will offer remarks at 4:45 ET. After that, members of the public will share their insights.
Moments before the 2:00 ET start time, you can watch from the LIVE WEBCAST link on the event page. Follow the discussion using the hashtag #ANPRforum.
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