Category Archives: Alvaro Bedoya

Momentum builds to strengthen FTC’s role as privacy enforcer, though hurdles remain

When the White House nominated Alvaro Bedoya, a Georgetown law professor known for his expertise on privacy, for a role on the Federal Trade Commission, privacy advocates interpreted the move as the latest evidence that the agency is looking to expand its work investigating and bringing cases against companies that exploit and mismanage consumer data. Bedoya, […]

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