Protocol looks at the privacy background of newly appointed U.S. Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan. While at Columbia Law School, Khan co-authored a paper where she states technology companies could never put users' privacy first due to its use of targeted advertising. Khan's co-author, Columbia Law Professor David Pozen, said her views on targeted ads are a continuation of her stance on competition. "Lina has emphasized the point that there are a much broader set of potential harms from companies getting so powerful that can't be captured by their monetary prices," Pozen said.
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