First-year Berkeley Law students and CAPS members Angela Moon, Ari Chivukula, and Marta Studnicka submitted a comment to the Federal Trade Commission on Competition and Consumer Protection.  In it, the students argued that the U.S. must maintain the market it built by properly policing: (1) the type and sensitivity of data companies can collect and transfer; (2) how the data can be used; (3) how the data can be secured; and (4) how consumers are notified of data collection and use.

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