Senators Want to Reverse FCC’s Broadband Privacy Rules

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Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) confirmed that he plans to introduce a resolution that would roll back the FCC’s broadband privacy rules via the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to eliminate agency rules with a simple majority vote. What’s not clear is whether Congress or the FCC will act first, but momentum to do away with the privacy provision is building.

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