FTC's New Bureau Head Likely To Keep Up Privacy Pressure

By Allison Grande (February 10, 2017, 10:44 PM EST) -- Jessica Rich recently stepped down from her role as the Federal Trade Commission's Consumer Protection Bureau director after a nearly four-year tenure marked by record-breaking fines and novel enforcement actions that challenged emerging digital advertising and privacy issues. But Rich's loss is likely to be blunted by the decision to replace her with a seasoned FTC veteran who should be open to continuing the agency's aggressive consumer protection enforcement agenda....

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