What’s on? PrivacyCon

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What’s that sound? It’s the buzz of the crowd gathering this morning for the FTC’s second PrivacyCon. Leaders from academia, advocacy groups, and industry have convened for a day devoted to the latest research and trends about consumer privacy and data security.

Even if you couldn’t make it to Washington, you can still participate. Moments before Chairwoman Ramirez calls PrivacyCon to order at 9:00 Eastern Time, we’ll post a LIVE WEBCAST link on the event page. FTC staff also will be live tweeting using the hashtag #PrivacyCon. Interested in a deeper dive? The agenda includes more information about the research that will be presented at PrivacyCon.


DPA policy restricts expectations of having privacy. Consumers continue to misuse purposes and responsibilities for this information. This mandated service needs updating and resources needs expansion about fundamental rights and fair use,

It will be a good opportunity to expand my knowledge.

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