The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on new privacy guidelines for broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) on October 27th.
The FCC claims, that Internet Service Providers have access to customer’s geo-data, browser-history and much more data, that they use without providing any notification. The FCC’s intention may sound very honorable, but privacy is a hot button issue cloaking other aims.
This is not their first intrusion into the Internet, and the Commission has been the champion of regulatory overreach over the past years, hindering American businesses and consumers with absurd rules and regulation. This has placed an immense burden on the American economy.