The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's extended public consultation toward its Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on commercial surveillance and lax data security closed Nov. 21. Here's a rundown of notable stakeholder submissions.
- California Attorney General Rob Bonta filed comments urging the FTC to "look to California’s example, and establish much-needed, commonsense consumer privacy protections."
- European Data Protection Supervisor Wojciech Wiewiórowski provided comments based on "four clusters," focusing on purpose limitation, data minimization, consent and algorithmic harms.
- MediaPost reports on submissions from a range of advocacy and trade groups that respectively support and oppose the FTC's initiative.
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