Crumbling The Supercookie and Other Ways The FCC Protects Your Internet Traffic

by Travis LeBlanc, Jonathan Mayer
Sept. 15, 2017 1 comment belen_caty Detection & Response

The Open Internet Order protects your right to enjoy the lawful content, applications, services, and devices of your choosing. But it also empowers the FCC to protect the security and privacy of your Internet traffic. This talk will give an overview of the FCC's security and privacy authorities, which now cover broadband Internet service, as well as telephone, cable, and satellite connectivity. We will explain how the FCC investigates violations of federal communications law, and how it brings enforcement actions against offenders.

Steven Ulm 9 months ago

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