ISPs Ask Senators to Probe FCC Privacy Plan
September 15, 2016
Telling Congress they expect the FCC to vote on a new broadband privacy framework by October, the major trade associations representing fixed and mobile broadband ISPs called on the Senate Commerce Committee to drill down on what they call a "radical" proposal they say would increase consumer costs and undermine the internet economy.
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