The FTC has announced that it will hold a public workshop on the testing of disclosures on September 15, 2016.  The FTC hopes that the workshop will “further the understanding of testing and evaluation of both offline and online consumer disclosures, including those delivered through icons, product labels, short text, long text, audio or video messages, interactive tools, and other media.”  Topics to be discussed may include “evaluation criteria, testing methodologies, best practices, case studies, and lessons learned from such testing.”  The FTC asks prospective presenters to provide a summary of their relevant expertise and what they would like to present. This event is consistent with the FTC’s continuing focus on the adequacy of disclosures.