Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan made her first speech about privacy at the opening of this year’s International Association of Privacy Professionals conference. She noted ways the FTC is using its resources to “rein in” what she called “surveillance-based business models.”

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Photo of Erin K. Earl Erin K. Earl

Erin Earl defends companies in high-stakes privacy and security litigation and government agency investigations, including inquiries from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state attorneys general.

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Rebecca Engrav helps companies that use data solve their highest-stakes privacy, data security, and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) challenges before government regulators and in litigation.

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Janis Kestenbaum is a partner in the Privacy & Security practice and Advertising, Marketing & Promotions industry group. Janis represents companies under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), state attorneys general, congressional committees, and foreign data protection authorities regarding privacy, data security…

Janis Kestenbaum is a partner in the Privacy & Security practice and Advertising, Marketing & Promotions industry group. Janis represents companies under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), state attorneys general, congressional committees, and foreign data protection authorities regarding privacy, data security, and consumer protection issues.

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Charlotte Kress counsels clients on a wide range of privacy, security, advertising, and e-commerce matters, including compliance obligations, responding to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigations, and internal policy analysis.