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FTC Signals Tougher Stance on Mobile Privacy Protection

March 29, 2018, E-Commerce Times

Yaron Dori is quoted in an E-Commerce Times article regarding the FTC's recent report on mobile privacy protection. According to Dori, "The FTC is limited in its ability to bring enforcement actions against telecommunications carriers because of the 'common carrier' exemption in the FTC Act." A federal appeals court recently ruled that this exemption does not extend to the non-common carrier activities of telecom providers, he adds. "As a result, the FTC's authority may be broader today than some previously argued when it comes to the telecommunications sector."

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