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FTC Commissioner Slaughter hints at areas for compromise in deliberations over national data management law

October 05, 2018 |
Mariam Baksh
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Federal Trade Commissioner Rebecca Slaughter is open to greater rulemaking authority for her agency even if it comes with certain conditions, suggesting room for negotiation that might yet deliver a “meaningful” national privacy and data protection law, which she said is being driven by an erosion of sector-specific boundaries.

“I think rules that have guardrails make a lot of sense, and are helpful,” Slaughter told Inside Cybersecurity following a keynote session during the final day of the Privacy and Security...


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