Decrypting the Broadband Privacy Order
On October 27, 2016, the Federal Communications Commission adopted a Report and Order that imposes a comprehensive set of privacy and data security regulations for broadband providers and replaces the existing privacy and data security rules for all other telecommunications service providers. The rules represent a significant departure from the Commission’s existing privacy and data security framework. In this episode of Kelley Drye’s Full Spectrum podcast, Kelley Drye gives an overview of the new rules with respect to notice, choice, and data security, and offer key takeaways for companies impacted by the rules. To listen to this episode, please click here.