Commissioner Julie Brill will
resign her post on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at the end of this month. On April 1, she will join the Hogan Lovells law firm as a
partner and co-director of its privacy and cybersecurity practice.
“This is five months earlier than when my commission is actually up, so not much earlier than it would have been
anyway,” Brill told AdExchanger. Brill began her post as FTC commissioner in 2010, but she’s been in public service for 26 years.
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