Nov 072015
 
 November 7, 2015  Business, Featured News, Govt

Brian Fung and Andrea Peterson report:

The Federal Communications Commission said Friday that it will not seek to impose a requirement on Google, Facebook and other Internet companies that would make it harder for them to track consumers’ online activities.

The announcement is a blow to privacy advocates who had petitioned the agency for stronger Internet privacy rules. But it’s a win for many Silicon Valley companies whose business models rely on monetizing Internet users’ personal data.

Read more on Washington Post.

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