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USA: President nominates Alvaro Bedoya as FTC Commissioner

The White House announced, on 13 September 2021, the U.S. President's, Joe Biden, intention to nominate Alvaro Bedoya as Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission ('FTC'). In addition, the FTC Chairwoman, Lina M. Khan, issued, on 13 September 2021, a statement regarding the White House nomination of Alvaro Bedoya to serve as FTC Commissioner, "Congratulations to Alvaro Bedoya on his nomination. Alvaro's expertise on surveillance and data security and his longstanding commitment to public service would be enormously valuable to the Commission as we work to meet this moment of tremendous need and opportunity. I wish him the very best in his confirmation process."

You read the White House's press release here and the FTC's press release here.