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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is poised to craft new rules that could limit broadband providers’ ability to share information about users’ web activity with advertisers, MediaPost reports. The FCC’s Wireline Competition and Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureaus will convene a workshop on the privacy rights of broadband users on April 28 in Washington, DC. The FCC said the 2015 Open Internet Order applies Section 222 of the Communications Act to broadband carriers, and has noted the workshop’s participants will be able “to address whether and to what extent the commission can apply a harmonized privacy framework across various services within the commission’s jurisdiction.”
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