WASHINGTON - Lawmakers this week will continue shining the congressional spotlight on privacy issues with two hearings and a vote to establish a bipartisan study commission.

Federal Trade Commission Chairman Robert Pitofsky is scheduled to appear before the Congressional Privacy Caucus today to discuss the agency's recent recommendation for legislation that would impose minimum privacy requirements on commercial Web sites.

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