Online Privacy

FCC’s AllVid NPRM Is Anticompetitive, Anticompetitive, Anticompetitive

April 22, 2016 FCC’s AllVid NPRM Is Anticompetitive, Anticompetitive, Anticompetitive WASHINGTON D.C. – The following quotes are based on NetCompetition’s submitted comments on the FCC’s AllVid NPRM and may be attributed to Scott Cleland, Chairman of NetCompetition: “Think for a moment. Would anyone think it...
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Why FCC Title II Telephone Privacy Rules Can’t Work with an Open Internet

January 27, 2016 Square peg meet round hole. The FCC is poised to try and force-fit inherently-irreconcilable, telephone closed-ecosystem privacy rules into a broadband open-system Internet. Good luck with that. Expect the FCC to have fits trying to successfully craft workable, non-arbitrary, and legally-sustainable Title...
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