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Former FTC Chair Ohlhausen: Data security and privacy bill could run counter to antitrust concerns

March 08, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh
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Maureen Ohlhausen, former acting chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, is eager to highlight the intersection of data privacy and security with corporate antitrust concerns, from her new post as a partner at Baker Botts where she leads the firm's practice on competition law.

Ohlhausen's views on data management and competition will inform her clients in the tech industry and across the increasingly digitized economy as lawmakers on Capitol Hill consider a first-time national privacy law, which could include security...


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