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In two separate press releases, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced its agenda for an upcoming workshop on broadband consumer privacy and news that it joined the Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA). On 28 April, the FCC will host a public workshop on consumer broadband privacy and will feature two panels—one covering the privacy implications of broadband Internet access services, the other on the application of Section 222 of the Communications Act to broadband Internet access services. Additionally, by joining the APPA, the FCC has the opportunity “to leverage regional expertise and exchange ideas about data protection, cross-jurisdictional law enforcement and the management of consumer privacy complaints,” the press release states.
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