Joseph Cox reports:
Two Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission say that the agency has not been forthcoming about its investigation into the sale of consumers’ real-time cell phone location data by AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile. The commissioners told Motherboard that they don’t have insight into what’s actually being investigated. It appears the investigation has not been prioritized by the agency.
[…] “So far it appears that the FCC is more interested in protecting the privacy of its investigation than the privacy of wireless consumers across the country,” Rosenworcel told Motherboard in a statement.
Read more on Vice.