Brill Leaves FTC With Legacy Of Powerful Privacy Advocate

Law360, New York (March 22, 2016, 10:40 PM EDT) -- Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill has played a vital role in focusing the commission on emerging privacy and data security issues such as data brokers and trans-Atlantic data flows, and her looming departure for Hogan Lovells marks the loss of a strong voice that has helped cement the agency's place as one of the world's leading privacy regulators.

In a surprising announcement, the FTC said on Tuesday that Brill, who has been a commissioner since 2010, would be departing from the commission on March 31. Around the same time, Hogan Lovells separately revealed that Brill would be joining the firm as a...

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