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Microsoft To FTC: Don’t Tell Us How Long To Retain User Data

March 27th, 2011 03:17 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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Roberto123 writes “In a public response to proposed federal regulations to protect users’ privacy online, Microsoft said it is committed to ‘privacy by design’ but thinks the Federal Trade Commission should use a light regulatory touch. The company ‘urges the Commission to avoid imposing prescriptive requirements with respect to data retention periods or in further defining “specific business purpose” or “need.”‘”

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