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Daily Dashboard | Markey, public interest groups continue to fight for FCC broadband rules Related reading: Global News Roundup — July 16–23, 2018

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Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., and five public interest groups continue to voice their opposition of the attempts to repeal the Federal Communications Commission’s broadband privacy rules, Broadcasting & Cable reports. The groups include Public Knowledge, Free Press, Color of Change, the American Civil Liberties Union, and Consumers Union. Markey and the groups are rallying against Republican lawmakers’ push to overturn the FCC rules using the Congressional Review Act. "If a measure is passed under the CRA, it would not only kill the new FCC rule, which gives consumers control of how data about them can be used and shared by the ISP, but also eliminate[s] the possibility of enacting any new FCC rules covering ISP privacy protections," the groups state.
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