Mario Trujillo and David McCabe report:
The Federal Communications Commission is preparing Internet service providers for new privacy rules included in the net neutrality order slated to take effect next month.
In a memo Wednesday, the commission said it would initially judge providers — like AT&T or Comcast — on whether they are “taking reasonable, good-faith steps” to comply with the privacy provision, until tailored rules can be developed.
“Although no broadband provider is in any way required to consult with the Enforcement Bureau, the existence of such a request for guidance will tend to show that the broadband provider is acting in good faith,” according to the advisory.
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