FTC Chairman on Privacy, Net Neutrality and the Future of News

Friday, April 23, 2010


What does the Federal Trade Commission actually do? A lot, it turns out. The FTC aims to protect consumers and that means keeping an eye on internet privacy, deceptive marketing, net neutrality and even the decline of newspapers. FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz discusses the agency's current top priorities.

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