Proposed new rules would restrict how broadband service providers can use data they collect. But these new rules wouldn’t affect the kind of data collection done by the likes of Facebook or Google. Tech columnist Troy Wolverton concludes: It’s a good first step.
Proposed new rules would restrict how broadband service providers can use data they collect. But these new rules wouldn’t affect the kind of data collection done by the likes of Facebook or Google. Tech columnist Troy Wolverton concludes: It’s a good first step. George Breisacher Charlotte (N.C.) Observer file illustration
Proposed new rules would restrict how broadband service providers can use data they collect. But these new rules wouldn’t affect the kind of data collection done by the likes of Facebook or Google. Tech columnist Troy Wolverton concludes: It’s a good first step. George Breisacher Charlotte (N.C.) Observer file illustration

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