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“The FCC’s Sprint to a Broadband Privacy Rulemaking: Discounts for Data, the Ninth Circuit Decision, and What Comes Next,” Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

Jenner & Block Partner Nancy C. Libin recently participated in a panel discussion on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) proposed privacy rules for broadband providers at an event hosted by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. Ms. Libin and the other panelists examined how the proposed rules depart from the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) flexible privacy framework and how that deviation might harm consumers if the FCC does not adopt rules more in-line with the FTC’s well-established policies. The panel discussion took place on October 4, 2016 in Washington, DC. 

Ms. Libin is a member of the Privacy and Information Governance and Communications, Internet & Technology Practices. Clients seek her counsel on a variety of legal and policy issues related to data privacy, national security and cybersecurity. 

To learn more, and to watch a video of the panel discussion, please click here.