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M. Ryan Calo, Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School
Mali Friedman, Covington & Burling LLP, San Francisco Office
January 28, 2009
Fair Information Principles
State Attorneys General
1. Identify categories of personally identifiable information collected and how this information is used.
Identify categories of third parties with whom personally identifiable information may be shared.
FTC Fair Information Principles
Encourage identification of any recipients of the data.
Required entities to inform consumers about third-party recipients.
New York (Alta Vista, 2001)
Missouri (More.com, 2000)
Disclose whether information will be shared with third parties for third parties’ direct marketing purposes.
Jan Gerner (font)
Covington & Burling LLP
M. Ryan Calo
Stanford Law School
Center for Internet and Society