Tag Archives: Privacy

One Agency to Another: FTC Shares Its Views on FCC’s Internet Privacy Proposals

With the voice of experience, the FCC’s sister Commission provides support, criticism. As we alerted you a couple of months ago, the FCC is in the process of crafting rules intended to protect the private/propriety information (PI) of those of us accessing the Internet through Internet Service Providers (ISPs). If eventually adopted, the rules would … Continue Reading

What Can ISPs Do With YOUR Personal Information? The FCC Has Some Ideas …

Massive proposal would impose new limits, obligations on ISP use of private/proprietary customer data. Continuing its advance into the realm of privacy regulation, the FCC has proposed extensive rules that, if adopted, would impose a wide range of new regulations on Internet service providers (ISPs) in their provision of broadband Internet access service (BIAS). According … Continue Reading

NBP And Privacy: Whose Job Is It Anyway?

Concerns about on-line privacy could be a significant barrier to adoption and utilization of on-line systems. The National Broadband Plan includes recommendations on how to create an on-line environment which will provide more consumer protections . . . but those recommendations place a hefty emphasis on the need to encourage commercial entities to provide customized services.… Continue Reading
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