Consumer Privacy: Can the FTC Enforce a Voluntary Code of Conduct?

Consumer Privacy: Can the FTC Enforce a Voluntary Code of Conduct?

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"There is no Federal regulation at the end of the process," reads the White House framework document promoting the creation of a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights, "and codes will not bind any companies unless they choose to adopt them." This is how the Obama Administration refers to the creation...
Consumer Privacy: Can the FTC Enforce a Voluntary Code of Conduct?
                                       

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