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Interested business people are making tracks to the FTC’s workshop today on cross-device tracking. Can’t make it to Washington? Then watch the webcast.
The next stop on the FTC’s Start with Security road show is Austin, Texas, on Thursday, November 5th. Even if you can’t be there, you can still participate. And that’s not all. The FTC will be releasing two new resources to help your business start with security, but you can get a...
Quick:  How many connected devices do your customers have within arm’s reach right now? For a lot of them, the answer is (at minimum) a desktop computer, a laptop, a smartphone, a tablet, a connected TV, and a wearable gadget. What are the consumer protection implications when...
If the Commission is to attain the objectives Congress envisioned, it cannot be required to confine its road block to the narrow lane the transgressor has traveled; it must be allowed effectively to close all roads to the prohibited goal, so that its order may not be bypassed with...
Austin used to be known for Armadillo World Headquarters and the Stallion Drive-In on North Lamar that served a $4.99 chicken fried steak the size of a manhole cover. But the talk now is tech with a burgeoning industry that manages to keep the city both weird and wired. That’s why...
If you have new research you’d like to present at PrivacyCon – the FTC’s January 14, 2016, national conference to explore trends in data security and consumer privacy – we need to hear from you by midnight tonight.
The FTC’s first Start with Security conference – the latest in a line of initiatives emphasizing the importance of data security – kicks off on Wednesday, September 9th, in San Francisco in cooperation with UC Hastings College of the Law. Not able to be there in person? Don’t worry....

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The Federal Trade Commission’s second Start with Security Conference will take place Thursday, Nov. 5, in Austin. The event, which is bringing together top security experts to provide information to startups and app developers, is being hosted and co-sponsored by the University of Texas Robert S....
In testimony before Congress today, the Federal Trade Commission provided feedback on proposed legislation to address privacy and security concerns around the growth of so-called “connected cars.”
Experts from across the technology industry will share their tips and insights on how startups can secure their applications at the Federal Trade Commission’s Start with Security conference taking place Nov. 5 in Austin, Texas. FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny will give opening remarks at the...
The Federal Trade Commission’s first Start with Security Conference will take place tomorrow, Sept. 9, in San Francisco. The event, which is bringing together top security experts to provide information to startups and app developers, is being hosted and co-sponsored by the University of...

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The FTC’s third “Start With Security” event will take place on February 9, 2016, in Seattle, Washington, and will be co-sponsored by the University of Washington Tech Policy Lab, the University of Washington School of Law Technology Law & Public Policy Clinic, and CoMotion at the...
FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez will participate in a panel on “Tour du Monde: Looking Forward” at the 37th International Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Conference. Amsterdam, Netherlands, 11:55 am CEST.
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill will participate in the keynote fireside chat entitled “Safe Harbor: The Schrems Case and What Comes Next?” European Institute, Cosmos Club Powell Room, 2121 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington DC, 10 a.m. EDT.
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill will participate in a keynote fireside chat on the Internet of Things at the CMS Passcode event. 325 7th Street NW, Suite 1000, Washington DC, 9 a.m. EDT.
FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny will be a panelist on “The FTC and Data Security” at the Privacy + Security Forum, George Washington Law School, Marvin Center, 800 21st Street NW, Washington DC, 11 a.m. EDT.
With more than a million annual cyber-attacks, consumers are encouraged to join a live Twitter chat, hosted by the National Credit Union Administration, to learn more on how to protect themselves from these threats.

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