Verizon, AT&T: Privacy in America is Just Fine

Lowell-McAdam-200No change? CTIA, the front group for the wireless carriers, wants us to believe no action on privacy is needed. Like the silver tongues they are, they speak indirectly. They suggest continuing the existing rules, which, “Successfully protected consumers throughout the Internet services market.”  They want us to believe the big telcos, “Remain committed to robust privacy protection for their customers, which is why they proactively implemented strong data privacy and security programs.” 

I believe most of you have already made up their mind on whether privacy protections are adequate.

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