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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Dear FCC, 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' Related reading: A view from DC: Should ChatGPT slow down?



If the Federal Communications Commission's privacy rules "ain't broke, don't fix it," IAPP member Lou Mastria writes in an op-ed for MediaPost. "The FCC should set a standard for broadband ISPs that comports with long-standing industry practice and the expectations of the consumers it is working to serve, a well-tested standard that has helped the U.S. become the global internet leader," he argues. "By contrast, the FCC’s current proposal would undercut the competitive and innovative internet marketplace, hurting consumers and limiting the diverse content and services made available at low or no cost through advertising funded by the responsible use of web browsing and application use history." Meanwhile, Rick Boucher argues that the FCC's proposed regulations could "do more harm than good" and "don't consider impact" in an op-ed for the Morning Consult.
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