221121 Comments Commercial Surveillance Data Security FTC


November 21, 2022


Washington, D.C. — Jordan Crenshaw, Vice President of the U.S. Chamber’s Technology Engagement Center issued the following statement today following the U.S. Chamber’s filing of comments with the Federal Trade Commission regarding its privacy rulemaking proposal. 

“The Federal Trade Commission’s comprehensive data privacy rulemaking is another action from an agency gone rogue. The FTC has signaled that it intends to act as its own legislature to force sweeping regulations on the whole economy that Congress has not authorized. The Commission should respect due process and separation of powers, work to limit the burdens on responsible data-driven innovation, and not micromanage the decisions of every American business.”