FCC rules on How ISPs Use Your Data

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FCC Moves to Let You Control How ISPs Use Your Data
http://www.pcmag.com/news/348516/fcc-moves-to-let-you-control-how-isps-use-your-data

   "The rules would put data into several privacy tiers. For sensitive
data?like Social Security numbers, geolocation, health information, Web
browsing history, and content of communications?ISPs would have to obtain
opt-in consent to use and share that data.

The sharing of less-sensitive information, like what service tier you have
in order to market additional products, would be opt out.

Anonymized data, which can no longer be linked to a specific customer, can
be shared without consent, though ISPs need to make sure it's actually
anonymized, the FCC says."


Re: FCC rules on How ISPs Use Your Data
On 10/6/16 2:18 PM, Enzo Dubois wrote:
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Yeah, that will help a lot. Just like those "Gun Free Zone" signs keep  
us safe.

--  
Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the  
government take care of him better take a closer look at the American  
Indian.
                        - Henry Ford

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