The FCC Is Changing The ISP Privacy Rules

Submitted by: normalfreak2 4 weeks ago News & Politics


Understanding proposed changes to FCC rules about internet service providers' responsibility for data security requires a close read, preferably with the help of a lawyer. This Spiceworks article breaks down exactly what the changes mean to you. 

I thought the Conservatives were for privacy?  What the heck are you doing supporting this monstrous POS?
There are 8 comments:
Female 2
That’s wherever the FCC comes in; understand the Telecom Act to pay for essay writing say which variety of data decrease under which requirements of the regulation.

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Male 1
The choice practically ensures that one of previous FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's most hard-battled activities will be abandoned do my paper The vote, for the most part along divided lines, reflects a week ago's 50-to-48 Senate vote affirming a comparable bill. President Trump is relied upon to sign.
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Male 6,425
This President and his administration has done nothing but screw over the regular Joe.  They have done everything possible to give Corporations the keys to the castles.  All the while I'm still looking for those middle class benefits.
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Male 18
there was a time when personal privacy was valued and honored. invading someones privacy used to be grounds for a real fight. what happened to that? i still value my privacy, and this pisses me off
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Male 128
People seem to be ok with companies monitoring what they do. When the government does it people loose their minds. The companies don't like us more than the government.
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Male 6,425
kalron27 Hey I've been on this too!  
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Male 1,875
normalfreak2 Oh...I know you are ;)
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