I certainly hope someone asks him about the recent decision that allowed Google to retain the personal data it stole from up to 190 million users in the Safari hack, (which Rosch said was never the intention of the commissioners). Rosch has been the sole voice of dissent when the FTC allowed both Facebook and Google to deny liability in their recent settlements over egregious privacy violation. If Wright is confirmed (which seems likely, given his support from GOP leadership) the FTC will become significantly less privacy-oriented and even more toadyish to the corporate tech monoliths.