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FTC's chief privacy officer heads for the private sector

LinkedIn profile image: Peter Miller, FTC's Chief Privacy Officer.

Peter Miller has been the Federal Trade Commission's chief privacy officer since November 2012.

Peter Miller has resigned his post as the Federal Trade Commission’s chief privacy officer and joined Crowell & Moring as a senior counsel for the law firm's advertising and product risk management and privacy and cybersecurity groups.

Miller spent a decade with the FTC, including stints as an attorney within the Division of Advertising Practices and assistant director for regional operations for the Bureau of Consumer Protection. He had been  CPO since 2012, and publicly urged other federal agencies to be more proactive about building privacy protection into IT systems from the beginning.

Posted by Jonathan Lutton on Jan 28, 2015 at 7:58 AM


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