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The Federal Trade Commission aims to hold open public meetings monthly. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these meetings are currently being conducted virtually. This series of monthly meetings is intended to open the work of the Commission to the public. The open meetings are usually followed by a time for members of the public to address the Commission.

Business Before the Commission: Staff Presentation on Identity Theft and Available Resources for Consumers.
Agenda item: Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Combat Government and Business Impersonation Fraud.
Agenda items: Presentation on Criminal Referrals and Partnerships and Motion to Issue Commission Statement, 6(b) Study on Supply Chain Disruptions
Agenda item: Presentation on the Privacy Practices of Six Major Internet Service Providers.
Agenda items: Proposed Policy Statement on Privacy Breaches by Health Apps and Connected Devices, Non-HSR Reported Acquisitions by Select Technology Platforms, 2010-2019: An FTC Study, Proposed Revisions to FTC Procedural Rules Concerning Petitions for Rulemaking, and Proposed Withdrawal of 2020 Vertical Merger Guidelines.
Agenda items: Care Labeling Rule, Proposed Policy Statement on Repair Restrictions Imposed by Manufacturers and Sellers, and Policy Statement on Prior Approval and Prior Notice Provisions in Merger Cases.
Agenda items: Made in the USA Rule, Section 18 Rulemaking Procedures, “Statement of Enforcement Principles Regarding ‘Unfair Methods of Competition’ Under Section 5 of the FTC Act” (2015), and Enforcement Investigations.