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Re: FCC Privacy Proposal Troubles Broadband Internet Providers
Posted by: John K. Higgins 2016-04-02 09:30:29
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Broadband Internet service providers are wary of a government plan to impose consumer privacy protection regulations on the sector. The Federal Communications Commission likely will issue the proposed regulations by Friday. It will accept public comment on the proposal before taking final action. The program would require ISPs to meet consumer privacy protection standards similar to the regulations that cover telephone service companies. ISPs currently are exempt from such requirements.

Re: FCC Privacy Proposal Troubles Broadband Internet Providers
Posted by: famullar 2016-04-02 09:30:54 In reply to: John K. Higgins
What could I possibly learn that is different from all the other debates. No matter what the question is, Sanders repeats his mantra of Wall Street, the corrupt system, and the 1%. Yeah, we get it, Bernie, but what does that have to do with national security, among other things? And what are your plans to execute this "revolution" you keep espousing? You have none!!!!
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