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ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2016: The FTC and the new frontier of privacy

Continuing our series on the 2016 Spring Meeting, Ryan Graham, an associate in the Antitrust Group and former analyst with the FBI’s Cyber Division, summarizes the panelists’ thoughts on the FTC’s future focus as it relates to privacy and data security.

Privacy and data security lawyers would love to know what initiatives the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will be spearheading in privacy and data security in the future. A recent panel discussion at the Spring Antitrust Meeting sponsored by the American Bar Association provided some predictive insight into this question. In the panel discussion entitled “The FTC and the New …

Keeping up with the dot-anythings

Over at our sister blog, Technology Law Source, we’ve been working hard to keep our readers apprised of developments related to The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers’ (ICANN) new generic top-level domain (gTLD) program. This program, which is redefining the face of the Internet, is likely to impact any business — or, indeed, any entity — with a web presence. If you haven’t been able to keep up with the hundreds of gTLDs already delegated this year, download our e-book: Protecting Your Brand in a New gTLD World.