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Daily Dashboard | Exploring whether FTC rulemaking can be a solution for federal privacy regulation Related reading: FTC Chair Lina Khan opens up on tech enforcement

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As attempts to pass a federal privacy law have yet to come to fruition, some want to explore another avenue for a federal solution by giving the U.S. Federal Trade Commission rulemaking authority. Join the IAPP June 23 for this sponsored web conference to learn about the key considerations for privacy professionals should the FTC promulgate a privacy rule. Speakers include Baker Botts Partner, Co-Chair, Antitrust & Competition Law Practice Group Maureen Ohlhausen, FTC Commissioner Christine Wilson and MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative Director Danny Weitzner.
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