FTC Chairman to Speak About Privacy and Social Networking

Today, FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz is participating in a panel discussion about privacy and social networking at the Common Sense Media symposium, The Impact of Media on the Health & Well-Being of Children.

Chairman Leibowitz will discuss the FTC’s recent work related to privacy, which includes:

Chairman Leibowitz will be joined on the panel by Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Deborah Mulligan, Chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Communications and Media.


In all high schools they need to teach no hacking ! so the young people don't ruin their lives with the law.

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