Regulatory Reviews - Genetically Engineered Animals - "Do Not Track"--Behavioral Advertising - Child Identity Theft
June 9, 2011
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Join us this week on Capital Thinking with host Kevin O'Neill and our first guest, Brian Lopina, who will discuss comprehensive regulatory reviews underway at the White House and in Congress designed to eliminate burdensome regulations and requirements. Brian will explain how businesses can weigh in on the process to affect change. Next, would you eat "Frankenfish" if it were available for purchase at the grocery store? Stuart Pape talks about the controversy surrounding genetically engineered animals for consumption and the Food & Drug Administration's action on this issue. Finally, returning to the show again this week, Deborah Lodge joins us during our second half to continue the discussion on internet privacy, specifically the issue of behavioral advertising or the so-called "Do Not Track." Deborah will also address a rising form of identity theft--against children--exploring the nature of the crime, how to prevent it and how to resolve existing child identity theft problems.
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