Broadband Privacy Plan Still Flawed, Carriers Tell FCC

By Jenna Ebersole (October 17, 2016, 5:42 PM EDT) -- Three of the nation's top mobile carriers have told the Federal Communications Commission that they have concerns about the agency's revised privacy plan for broadband providers unveiled earlier this month, all urging the commission to follow the example of other regulators.

AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile told the FCC in separate meetings last week that it should make changes to the latest plan in order to align with the Federal Trade Commission's model, according to ex parte filings posted publicly Friday and Monday. Chairman Tom Wheeler has touted the plan, slated for an Oct. 27 vote, as being more similar to the...

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