February 15, 2016 Business
David McCabe reports:
A fight over privacy at the Federal Communications Commission, sparked by last year’s net neutrality rules, is heating up.
The FCC is expected to craft regulations in the coming months on how broadband providers handle sensitive customer data – and advocates on both sides of the issue are gearing up to make their case.
Consumer advocates are hoping the commission drafts stricter rules for how companies like Comcast and Time Warner Cable treat customers’ information.
Read more on The Hill.
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