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HP Statement on Federal Trade Commission’s Privacy Staff Report

Today, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission published a preliminary staff report that "proposes a framework to balance the privacy interests of consumers with innovation that relies on consumer information to develop beneficial new products and services."


HP issued the following statement by Scott Taylor, Chief Privacy Officer: 

 

“HP applauds the work of Federal Trade Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch and the staff report ‘Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change: A Proposed Framework for Consumers, Businesses, and Policymakers.’  The framework aligns with HP’s current priorities and is important for industry to address. We are not only encouraged by the report, but we look forward to continuing to support these efforts.”

 

For more information:

- Read the FTC Press Release: "FTC Staff Issues Privacy Report Offers Framework for Consumers, Businesses, and Policymakers"

- Learn more about HP's privacy practices

- Read about innovative research in privacy and security technologies happening at HP Labs

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