Consumer Privacy Ombudsman

Where a debtor proposes a § 363 sale and the debtor has an information privacy policy in place with third parties, the § 363 sale must either comply with such privacy policy or the court must have appointed a disinterested “consumer privacy ombudsman” to examine the sale terms, to take a position with respect to the sales losses or gains of privacy to consumers, and to propose potential alternatives to mitigate potential privacy losses or potential costs to consumers.

Bankruptcy Code §§ 332, 363(b)(1)(b).

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