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In what many are calling an important ruling, a federal court in New Jersey has shot down a challenge to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) by Wyndham Hotels. In round one of the challenge, Wyndham argued the FTC overstepped its authority by suing companies for poor data security practices. The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas, however, denied the hotel chain’s motion to dismiss, saying the case can move forward. Salas noted her ruling “does not give the FTC a blank check to sustain a lawsuit against every business that has been hacked” but added there is “binding and persuasive precedent” upholding the FTC’s authority. This exclusive for The Privacy Advisor looks at the decision and rounds up the day’s reaction to the case.
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