Nov 242009
 November 24, 2009  Posted by  Govt, Laws, U.S.

John Eggerton reports:

FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell says that when he voted to approve collecting more data on the race and gender of broadcast station owners he was not endorsing collecting Social Security numbers as part of that increased data drop.

That came in response to the commission’s notice late Monday that it was delaying the Dec. 15 date for broadcasters to submit the new biennial ownership reporting forms, which now include supplying Social Security Numbers for individuals with an interest in a broadcast property.

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