Among those groups submitting petitions are the United States Telecom Association, NCTA – Internet and Television Association, Competitive Carriers Association, Association of National Advertisers, American Association of Advertising Agencies, American Advertising Federation, Data & Marketing Association, Interactive Advertising Bureau, and Network Advertising Initiative.On October 27, 2016, the FCC voted 3-2 along party lines to adopt a Report and Order imposing a set of uniform, comprehensive data security and privacy regulations on all telecommunications carriers, which include broadband internet access service (BIAS) providers, traditional voice providers, providers of other telecom services, and providers of interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. On December 2, 2016, a Final Rule was published in the Federal Register. The rules in the Final Rule become effective on a staggered basis starting January 3, 2017. See our previous post for background information and more details on the FCC’s original Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.The FCC’s contested rules are based on three “foundations of privacy”—transparency, choice, and security—and impose several new requirements on carriers. The following are some of the highlighted requirements set forth in more detail in the Final Rule:Carriers will be required to provide clear and accurate privacy notices to customers at the point of sale… Read full this story
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