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Statement of Commissioner Thomas B. Leary Concurring in Part and Dissenting in Part

By Leary, Thomas B.

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Title: Statement of Commissioner Thomas B. Leary Concurring in Part and Dissenting in Part  
Author: Leary, Thomas B.
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Language: English
Subject: Trade, Import and export controls, Federal Trade Commission (U.S.)
Collection: Economics Publications Collection
Subcollection: Federal Trade Commission
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Publisher: Government Printing Office

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Today the Federal Trade Commission recommends that Congress enact legislation to help consumers protect their privacy when transacting business on the Internet. I agree that some legislation is appropriate, but believe that the recommendation in the Report endorsed by a majority is too broad in one respect and too narrow in another. The recommendation is too broad because it suggests the need for across-the-board substantive standards when, in most cases, clear and conspicuous notice alone should be sufficient. The recommendation is too narrow because any legislation should apply to offline commerce as well.

 

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