Trump’s First 100 Days: At Least He Picked Some Good People to Run Things discusses the FCC’s broadband privacy rule with Ryan Radia.  

Trump and Congress teamed-up to use the Congressional Review Act 13 times during the first 100 days to repeal Obama-era regulations, including the FCC’s 2016 privacy rule. “This regulation imposed uniquely rigid requirements on broadband providers, suppressing competition in the market for online advertising,” says Ryan Radia, a research fellow for the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a free market think tank.

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