Staff of the Federal Trade Commission believe that companies should "seek affirmative express consent" from consumers before collecting sensitive information, including details about children, financial and medical information and precise geographic location data.
That belief and other recommendations from FTC staff are in a preliminary report--being released for public comment--that offers a framework for balancing the privacy interests of consumers and the industrys' reliance on consumer information.
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