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Marsha Blackburn Jul 11
Chairing a hearing on digital privacy this morning. It’s critical that your personal information is protected no matter what kind of network you’re using. Tune in live here:
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Bettina Tran Jul 11
Learned today at the hearing examining CPNI in the Internet Age that ISP's aren't subject to any broadband provider rules. 🤔 So, is there anything protecting the consumer anymore?
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Gaurav Laroia Jul 11
Blockchain?? As a magic privacy pony? 😒
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Inteserra 7h
Realizing the Benefits of Rural Broadband: Challenges and Solutions 7/17/18 at 10 AM
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GPS Innovation Alliance (GPSIA) 9h
GPSIA member will testify tomorrow before the House . . Read their testimony here:
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Claude Aiken Jul 13
Thanks to for inviting me to talk and next week. Tune in Tuesday 10 AM ET!
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Inteserra Jul 11
"An app can actually collect more data than a carrier would have access to," says Robert McDowell at hearing today
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Robert M. McDowell Jul 11
Many thanks to & the many gracious Members of for a civil & constructive hearing on & CPNI with & I continue to be .
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HTTP Jul 11
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HTTP Jul 11
. HTTP has always called for strong and comprehensive pro-consumer privacy rules, consumers must be protected
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Matt Wood Jul 11
As tells , she is concerned not become a luxury good only, if we all are asked to pay-for-privacy; and that applies to coercive discounts for essential services like broadband but also quite likely to online and edge services too.
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Matt Wood Jul 11
The one-note strawman attack from Republicans continues! bemoans that Section 222 wouldn't apply to LocationSmart breach if it were an "edge" company. But no advocate says we don't want stronger opt-in rules for the edge. Just the opposite.
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Matt Wood Jul 11
. asks about the error of Republicans repealing rules in the name of (eventually, supposedly) adopting more uniform laws. says she's heard that if you have a leaky roof, you don't tear down the house to fix it.
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Matt Wood Jul 11
As confirms to , FTC's "deceptive" standard only disciplines violations when companies don't tell us what they're doing. If the "ecosystem" company tells you what they're doing first and you click "OK," they can do anything they want.
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Matt Wood Jul 11
Brilliant observation from : yes, the internet "ecosystem" presents new issues, but just because they are online we don't see schools, healthcare, or financial institutions up here in Congress demanding to be free from sector-specific protections.
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Matt Wood Jul 11
. doesn't mince words. This Congress is responsible for wiping out strong rules we had, and Ms. Blackburn's Browser Act would do nothing good because it has no rulemaking authority, no civil penalties, and preempts state laws.
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Rev Jesse Jackson Sr Jul 11
Wednesday’s hearing on privacy should be used to explore the Data Privacy and Access Principles supported by & recommended in civil rights letter
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Matt Wood Jul 11
So thinks any law enhancements could be bad for broadband investment. He cites no evidence for this claim, but whatever his supposed evidence may be he's directly contradicting 's supposed call to restore "opt-in" for ISPs.
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Matt Wood Jul 11
. on fire, asking about millions of cellphone users location information being exposed, whether 's ties to Securus allow him to investigate its breaches adequately, whether users are less safe after the CRA repeal.
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Matt Wood Jul 11
Puncturing myth that ISPs & telecom carriers are just like every other internet ecosystem player for , asks how largest wireless carriers were blatantly coughing up location information for millions of users.
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