FTC Says Authority Extends To LabMD's Health Data

Law360, New York (November 27, 2013, 6:30 PM ET) -- The Federal Trade Commission fired back Wednesday at LabMD Inc.'s contention that federal health privacy law trumps the agency's data security claims, arguing that it has a broad mandate to protect personal information that complements health regulators' similar authority.

The FTC's response — which is dated Nov. 22 but was posted on the docket in the administrative action Wednesday — pushes back at the medical testing laboratory's contention that the agency cannot maintain its allegations that the company failed to implement reasonable data security protections because...
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