Terrell McSweeny discusses the future of consumer privacy and data security regulation
A lead Federal Trade Commission (FTC) official recently warned that "the Internet of Things, the term that we use for the phenomenon of connecting nearly anything – from cars to clothing to light b
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
If you’re involved in market research in a technology company, or in a company that’s becoming more technology-focused (which is basically everyone), then you’re probably hearing more and more abou
The Internet of Things is exploding the digital world.
Internet of Things Risks and Rewards: Privacy and security risks could undermine widespread consumer adoption of connected devices
There are immense potential benefits from the Internet of Things, but also potential data security and privacy risks, said the Chair of the FTC this week.
On December 4, the Center for Data Innovation hosted a conversation about the future of the Internet of Things and the role for policymaking in either stifling innovation or crippling it.
“As businesses, you need to be concerned about losing your customers’ trust if the big data analytics on which you rely cannot handle consumers’ private information with sensitivity and respect.”
“The world has gone wireless,” said commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).