The Electronic Privacy Information Center released a report on the statutory authorities the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has not used for privacy enforcement. The report highlights "unused and underused" powers at the FTC's disposal and explains why the agency should use these abilities "to protect the public from abusive data practices."
What the FTC could be doing (but isn’t) to protect privacy: The FTC’s Unused Authorites
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