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NTIA at 45: Building on Generations of Innovation

April 20, 2023

By Christopher Maximos, Intern in the Office of Congressional Affairs

I still remember the sense of wonder that I felt when I entered the Herbert Clark Hoover Building for the first day of my internship. I could almost feel the history of the Department of Commerce as I walked through meeting rooms filled with antiques and hallways blanketed by the portraits of previous Secretaries.  

Yet, the fourth floor, where most of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s offices sit, is different. Colorful spectrum charts blanket the timeless marble walls. Staffers discuss emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and 5G in rooms that look out to the Washington Monument and the White House.NTIA at 45: Building on Generations of Innovation

NTIA calls for tough new privacy rules

November 22, 2022

WASHINGTON – The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) called for new limits on the ways in which companies can collect or use personal information in comments filed with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Tuesday. The FTC is seeking comment on whether it should implement new trade regulation rules on companies’ data collection and sales practices. 

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