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Daily Dashboard | Election results unlikely to cause gridlock at FTC Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Sept. 18, 2020

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The results of the 2016 presidential election is "unlikely" to cause gridlock in the short term at the Federal Trade Commission, Bloomberg BNA reports. "Regardless of whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins the White House, companies under the FTC’s jurisdiction should expect to see continued data security, privacy and competition enforcement and other activity while decisions are made about how to bring the commission up to its full five-member strength and name a chairman," the report states. However, "the outcome of the presidential race may most immediately affect the leadership of the commission and that leader will ultimately shape policy on data privacy and security, consumer protection and antitrust issues," the report adds.
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