Obama's Win To Turn Up Heat On Privacy Regulation

Law360, New York (November 6, 2012, 12:00 AM EST) -- With his re-election Tuesday, President Barack Obama will likely continue to push for the creation of binding security obligations and aggressive regulation by the Federal Trade Commission to combat pressing privacy concerns ranging from the online collection of consumers' personal information to the protection of the nation's critical infrastructure, attorneys say.

After four years that witnessed the administration issuing a white paper on online privacy that included a “bill of rights” for protecting consumers' online privacy as well as an increased focus by the FTC on...
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