Privacy Advocates Pour Hate on Vote To Repeal Internet Privacy Protections

Fortune discusses the Federal Communication Commission’s broadband privacy rules with Ryan Radia. 

For the pro-business think tank the Competitive Enterprise Institute, however, the vote marked an important removal of unneeded regulations.

“Not every hypothetical scenario involving unseemly corporate conduct justifies a federal regulatory response,” research fellow Ryan Radia said in a statement. “We know that firms generally must compete to attract and retain customers, and the same holds true in the market for Internet service, despite increasing regulatory barriers.”

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