An emerging tool for retail shopper insights, under close watch from the survey, opinion and marketing research profession's primary U.S. regulator, has landed a company in hot water.
Reasonable (Not Perfect) Security and Trust: FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny on Privacy, Data Security, and the Internet of Things
While self-regulation “can serve a critical function in policing the marketplace and are an important complement” to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)’s law enforcement efforts, FTC Commissioner T
“Over 40 bills have been introduced in Congress since the first major data breach in 2005 and we haven’t yet reached the finish line,” commented Rep.
Two U.S. businesses recently agreed to settle U.S.
How should regulators "approach, analyze, and respond to the ever-increasing appeals from incumbent firms to impose costs on their rivals and potential entrants through law enforcement or regulation," particularly in the face of technological disruption? That was the question posed by Commissioner Joshua Wright of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in a April 2, 2015 speech at Clemson University.
The Internet of Things is exploding the digital world.
The House Subcommittee on Commerce Manufacturing & Trade wants to pass bipartisan federal data security legislation, but these Congressmen must first work out important details, like the prempt