MediaPost reports U.S. Federal Trade Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter indicated the commission may look to increase regulations on user tracking and profiling that support "surveillance advertising." Speaking at the National Advertising Division's annual conference, Slaughter spoke of a potential "minimization framework" that would "effectively disable" surveillance advertising. Slaughter also spoke about growing issues with business models focused on data monetization and "indiscriminate" data collection practices. Editor's note: Slaughter will be a keynote speaker at IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk 2021 Oct. 21-22 in San Diego, California.
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