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Hey, FTC, Whatsathamattawitchew? Focus on identity theft, already!

September 25, 2013

The FTC’s raison d’etre is the prevention of consumer harm. The FTC Act prohibits unfair or deceptive acts and practices. Both proscriptions are grounded in...


Arguments set in Wyndham for 11/7: Will the FTC lose on data security?

September 24, 2013

Over the last nine years, the FTC has brought four dozen enforcement actions alleging that a failure to have reasonable data security was unfair and/or deceptive. Last...


PCWorld Covers Our LabMD Data Security Event

September 13, 2013

Yesterday, PCWorld published an article on our 9/12 data security event co-hosted with Cause of Action: …The FTC should back away from authority it says...


The FTC’s Data Security Cases: What LabMD & Wyndham Mean for Internet Regulation

September 10, 2013

Join TechFreedom and Cause of Action on September 12 for a luncheon discussion in DC, or by livestream, about the Federal Trade Commission’s informal regulation...


Panel Announced for 9/12 Discussion of FTC’s LabMD & Wyndham Data Security Cases

September 6, 2013

Join TechFreedom and Cause of Action in DC, or online, for a luncheon discussion on September 12 about the Federal Trade Commission’s informal regulation of...


What to Do about Data Security? A Discussion of the FTC’s LabMD & Wyndham Cases

September 4, 2013

Over the last decade, the Federal Trade Commission has settled nearly four dozen cases alleging that a failure to have “reasonable” data security constitutes an...