Feb 272017
 February 27, 2017  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Govt, Online, U.S.

Kate Cox reports:

Last October, the FCC adopted a rule that limits what your internet service provider — home or mobile — can do with your private data. At the time, the rule was contentious, with two FCC commissioners dissenting volubly. One of those two commissioners, Ajit Pai, is now FCC Chairman, and he’s announced his plan to stop the privacy rule from taking effect because he thinks it’s not fair to pick on the Comcasts and Charters of the world.


Read more on The Consumerist.

Via Joe Cadillic

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