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New FCC Urged To Halt Broadband Privacy Rules

Law360, Washington (January 30, 2017, 4:38 PM EST) -- The Federal Communications Commission must hold off on applying privacy rules passed in the twilight of the Obama administration for broadband providers, until the regulator resolves their challenges seeking to undo the new requirements, trade groups said Friday.

The American Cable Association, NCTA-The Internet & Television Association, the United States Telecom Association and other groups banded together to warn the FCC that without a stay of the rules, the groups will suffer harm as they take steps to prepare for the regulation even with challenges to...
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