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Daily Dashboard | FCC Brings Largest Enforcement Ever (Again): $10 Million Related reading: State views on proposed ADPPA preemption come into focus

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is planning to fine TerraCom and its affiliate YourTel America $10 million for several violations of laws protecting the privacy of phone customers’ personal information. It is the largest enforcement action in the commission’s history (beating out the $7.5 million fine for Sprint in May), according to an FCC press release. The companies “apparently stored Social Security numbers, names, addresses, driver’s licenses and other sensitive information belonging to their customers on unprotected Internet servers that anyone in the world could access.” In the companies’ privacy policies, they promised customers “technology and security features to safeguard the privacy” of that information, the FCC said.
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