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Daily Dashboard | FCC commissioner questions phone companies about data privacy Related reading: Revised SCCs may help post-'Schrems II' but won't solve everything




Despite proposed multimillion-dollar fines for alleged privacy violations, U.S. Federal Communications Commissioner Geoffrey Starks continues to question AT&T and Verizon’s practices, MediaPost reports. “Again I find myself inquiring about data and privacy issues that lack transparency,” he wrote in letters to the companies’ CEOs, asking about their “practices and procedures for protecting consumer information — particularly location data” and “commitment to data privacy.” Starks asked the companies to respond by Aug. 25.
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