In recent weeks, the Federal Trade Commission, which has long seen itself as the premier privacy agency, has watched other regulators flex their muscles and increasingly claim some of that turf.
Though some tensions have surfaced, veterans of the FTC dismiss the notion that the agency’s position as the leading protector
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