Privacy

FTC Chair Edith Ramirez Outlines Agenda on “Big Data”

FTC Chair Edith Ramirez Outlines Agenda on “Big Data”

Commission head urges efforts to protect privacy, increase transparency, and enhance consumer choice.

The Hacker’s Market: Cybersecurity Risk in the U.S. Economy

The Hacker’s Market: Cybersecurity Risk in the U.S. Economy

PPR seminar focuses on threats facing both corporations and the government.

Hold the Phone: FDA to Regulate Smartphone Health Apps?

Hold the Phone: FDA to Regulate Smartphone Health Apps?

As mobile health industry grows, regulation looms.

Obama Administration Moves to Expand Access to Government Data

Obama Administration Moves to Expand Access to Government Data

Executive order makes open and accessible data a default government policy.

Making a Wall Street Crime Criminal

Making a Wall Street Crime Criminal

The best way to deal with insider trading is to treat it like the crime it is.

The Regulatory Review Announces 2013-14 Editorial Board

The Regulatory Review Announces 2013-14 Editorial Board

Incoming Board plans to spread the reach of RegBlog’s mix of regulatory news, analysis, and opinion.

Texas Bill Imposes Comprehensive Regulation on Abortions

Texas Bill Imposes Comprehensive Regulation on Abortions

New legislation will impose restrictions on abortion clinics and physicians.

A Flexible Approach to Cybersecurity Regulation

A Flexible Approach to Cybersecurity Regulation

Management-based regulatory delegation may create a more effective framework.

Transforming the Nature of Drug Safety Regulation

Transforming the Nature of Drug Safety Regulation

Using retrospective drug safety data can improve patient care.

TSA Seeks Comments on Whole Body Imaging at Airports

TSA Seeks Comments on Whole Body Imaging at Airports

TSA will install new privacy technology on screening machines in coming weeks.

Happy Birthday, The Regulatory Review!

Happy Birthday, The Regulatory Review!

RegBlog celebrates two years of regulatory news, analysis, and opinion.

Active Choosing versus Default Rules

Active Choosing versus Default Rules

Cass Sunstein explains why – and when – policymakers should use default rules.