May 28, 2021
quoted partner Alysa Hutnik
in an article discussing the FTC’s recent shift to Democratic leadership and its loss of a key enforcement tool thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court's recent AMG Capital decision. As a result, the agency is likely to tap into fresh approaches for seeking remedies and crafting rules in the privacy and data security space.
"There's some major game-changer potential with these legislative proposals," said Hutnik. "It comes down to whether Congress can get bipartisan support for any of these proposals and how they'll work with state laws that are already enacted and what the FTC's role will be."
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