A Federal Trade Commission staff comment released this week signifies that the FTC intends to hold its ground as a present and future player on privacy and data security issues—and that’s good news for in-house counsel, in the view of attorney Victoria Redgrave.

Redgrave, a former general counsel of Technology Concepts & Design Inc. and a former in-house litigation counsel at two other major companies, is a founding partner and chair of the executive committee at the Redgrave LLP law firm in Washington, D.C. The law firm focuses its practice on legal challenges related to law and technology, including e-discovery, information governance, data privacy and data security.

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