Privacy Groups Pan Anonymized Data Carveout
September 7, 2016
A group of privacy organizations—more than 30 of them—are calling on FCC chairman Tom Wheeler not to create a carveout for anonymized data in his broadband privacy proposal. In a letter to the chairman Wednesday, the groups said such a carveout would be anti-consumer and fail to square with statute.
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