Twitter Chats 2010-2011

FTC Twitter Chats

The FTC hosts or participates in a variety of Twitter chats to immediately share news of interest and answer questions about the work the agency is doing to protect America’s consumers and ensure competition in the marketplace.

Check out the FTC's Events page for upcoming Twitter chats. We generally promote each chat on Twitter via the FTC's primary Twitter account @FTC, through the media, and email updates. The following is a list of transcripts of previous chats.

Facebook SettlementNovember 2011FTC Attorney Laura Berger hosted a Twitter chat to discuss the FTC’s settlement with Facebook.#FTCpriv
Reebok SettlementSeptember 2011FTC East Central Region attorneys Larissa Bungo and Dana Barragate hosted a Twitter chat to discuss the FTC’s settlement with Reebok.#FTCbcp
COPPA ChangesSeptember 2011FTC staff attorneys Phyllis Marcus and Mamie Kresses participated in a weekly privacy Twitter chat co-hosted by EPIC to discuss proposed changes to COPPA.#PrivChat
Google BuzzMarch 2011FTC announced a proposed settlement with Google over the rollout of its Buzz Social Network and former FTC staff attorney Katie Ratte answered questions.#FTCpriv
Draft Privacy ReportDecember 2010FTC released a preliminary proposed staff report on privacy and hosted its first Twitter chat. Maneesha Mithal answered questions.#FTCpriv