PrivacyCon set to convene

Experts from around the world have gathered today at PrivacyCon, the FTC’s first-ever confab to discuss the latest in consumer privacy and data security. And it’s much more than just talk. Leading academics and other experts will present new research on five key topics: the state of online privacy, consumer expectations, big data, the economics of privacy and security, and security and usability. Watch what’s happening from the LIVE WEBCAST link on the PrivacyCon page, which will go live moments before FTC Chairwoman Ramirez kicks off PrivacyCon at 9:00 ET.

 

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I find this sooo very helpful.. Thank you

Yes attended the teleconference/meetings 2014-2015 and was directed to attend after consulting professors/alumni. Real world executives are the most viable asset.
The programs and presentations are always excellent research and development.
Glad received information/resources from Team members on protection of business/information.

Yes Team of legal eagles angels are awesome and progressing.

I hope that means you will address the companies that sell or buy our personal information as a way to make more money off the consumer. They should be guided by the fcra . They reported incorrect information from an insurance provider and would not fix it after the company wrote a correction,sent me a copy of it. Then that company sold and reported it incorrectly. I thought I had rights but the flaws in the Foia has made it impossible for me to fight back. Please help consumers from these companies who sell my information liable for suit…

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