FTC To Weigh Public Concerns In Finalizing COPPA Rule

Law360, New York (February 16, 2012, 8:31 PM EST) -- A Federal Trade Commission attorney on Thursday provided justification for the agency’s strategy toward developing the most controversial proposed changes to its online privacy rule, but pledged that the agency would carefully consider public input before issuing a final rule.

While the agency has devoted significant resources to these amendments that were unveiled in September, there may still be room for tweaks to the proposal’s most debated elements, including the definition of personally identifiable information and the mechanisms for gaining consent, FTC Division of Advertising Practices...
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