Laura Hamilton writes:
Twelve groups — including the ACLU, the Center for Digital Democracy and Public Knowledge — sent a letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler yesterday asking the Commission to limit ISPs’ utilization of users’ browsing data.
Their letter comes in response to another one sent to Wheeler earlier in the month by four trade associations — American Cable Association, Competitive Carriers Association, CTIA and the National Cable & Telecommunications Association. In their March 1 statement, the trade groups proposed a framework on the FCC’s upcoming rulemaking on broadband privacy and suggested the FCC not go too far from other agencies’ privacy frameworks.
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