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Report from the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Board Privacy Program

On May 14, Hogan Lovells’ partner Chris Wolf moderated a panel discussion presented by the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee entitled, “New Internet Privacy Legislation: What the White House, Federal Trade Commission and the European Commission Are Recommending.” The FTC’s Maneehsa Mithal began the event with a brief overview of the FTC’s Commission Report on protecting consumer privacy, and the panelists, led by Mr. Wolf, engaged in a discussion about the FTC Report, the White House’s privacy white paper, and the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation.

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White House Announces New Privacy Framework Including Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

The White House released its long-awaited Privacy “White Paper” that outlines the Obama Administration’s proposal for a new American privacy framework, which consists of four key elements: (1) a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights; (2) a multi-stakeholder process to determine how these rights will apply in specific business contexts; (3) an effective enforcement model; and (4) greater interoperability between the privacy frameworks of the United States and its international partners.