Sens. Urge Opt-In Regime for Broadband Privacy

July 23, 2015

Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) was joined by seven other senators on a letter to FCC chairman Tom Wheeler Wednesday calling on the FCC to apply privacy protections to broadband, including an opt in regime for ISPs using and sharing broadband consumer information.

 

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