FTC consumer protection director discusses US privacy enforcement

20/06/2023 | Gizmondo

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Bureau of Consumer Protection Director Samuel Levine outlined the agency's efforts to enforce privacy and data security in an interview with Gizmodo. Levine explained that the FTC  no longer believes that the markets can self-correct and discussed the practices they are working to prevent. Levine also shared his thoughts on federal privacy legislation and rules governing artificial intelligence (AI).

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