ISP

FTC Report Reveals ISP Data Privacy Failures

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently issued a report on the privacy practices of internet service providers (ISPs). The report is based on material provided by the United States’ six largest ISPs – AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Charter Communications Operating, Xfinity, T-Mobile, and Google Fiber. These ISPs comprise approximately 99 percent of the mobile internet market.…
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CPPA

CPPA to Target Ad-Tracking

California is gearing up to write rules to enforce its California’s Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Regulators, led by California Privacy Protection Agency Director Ashkan Soltani, are preparing to write rules to guide that enforcement and those rules could address the new forms of identity technologies that advertisers and publishers are currently testing. Soltani criticized email-based…
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FTC

FTC Focuses on Data Privacy and Cybersecurity as Priorities

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has made it clear: data privacy and cybersecurity are now a priority, and will be for years to come. In the wake of PrivacyCon 2021, the FTC’s sixth annual privacy, cybersecurity and consumer protection summit, held this summer, the FTC finally took official and sweeping action on privacy and cybersecurity. In…
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