August 15, 2022

FTC Signals Intention to Move Forward to Adopt New Privacy Rules in the Absence of Federal Legislation

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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), on a split party vote on August 11, approved an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (the Notice) that focuses on potential new rules and requirements that could apply to entities engaged in targeted advertising or other forms of personal information gathering and sharing. Once this Notice is published in the Federal Register, the public will have 60 days to comment on the merits of the proposed new rules. There is also a public forum on the Notice slated to take place on September 8. The FTC’s action comes on the heels of legislative attempts to codify federal privacy protections that have yet to come to fruition.

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