Why Does The FCC Want To Limit Competition In Online Advertising?

June 3, 2016

Last week marked the deadline for submitting comments on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC ) proposed rulemaking concerning the privacy practices of broadband providers. As I submitted in my comments to the FCC, what sounds on the surface as a well-intentioned idea to protect consumer data unfortunately has spiraled out of control into a proceeding that has the potential to harm future innovation online.

Read more at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/roslynlayton/2016/06/03/why-does-the-fcc-want-to-limit-competition-in-online-advertising/#66cf1f3f452f

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