The National Telecommunications and Information Administration will hold the first meeting of the privacy "multistakeholder process" on July 12. The meeting will address privacy and mobile applications, but many questions about the process remain unanswered. In comments to the agency, EPIC said that the Administrative Procedures Act, a well established legal framework for soliciting public comment, is a better and more transparent way to produce a meaningful outcome on new privacy policies. For more information, see EPIC: NTIA Multistakeholder Process.
Share this page:
EPIC relies on support from individual donors to pursue our work.
Subscribe to the EPIC Alert
The EPIC Alert is a biweekly newsletter highlighting emerging privacy issues.
Communications Law and Policy
Jerry Kang and Alan Butler