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It’s Official: Privacy and Security Rules from Wheeler Era Repealed

On Monday, April 3, President Trump signed a bill repealing the privacy and security rules introduced in the FCC’s October 2016 Order. Under the terms of the Congressional Review Act (CRA), those rules have now been entirely...more

FCC Broadband Privacy Rule Dead and Buried

by BakerHostetler on

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Privacy and Data Security Rule for broadband internet access service (BIAS) providers (the Privacy Rule) is dead. As we discussed, the new rule that was set to start phased...more

Congress Repeals FCC 2016 Privacy Order via Congressional Review Act

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

On April 3, 2017, President Trump signed into law a Congressional joint resolution eliminating new broadband and voice privacy rules set forth in a November 2016 order (the 2016 Privacy Order) by the Federal Communications...more

Congress, FCC Weigh Measures to Repeal ISP Privacy Rules

Last October, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved new privacy rules governing how Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are permitted to use and share its customers’ personal information. The rules have been...more

FCC Votes To Block Its Own Privacy Rule

by King & Spalding on

New Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) Chairman Ajit Pai signaled last week that he is planning to take the first step to return authority over broadband providers’ privacy and data security practices to the Federal...more

FCC Stay of Broadband Privacy Rules Foreshadows Deregulatory Measures

by Perkins Coie on

As anticipated, the Republican members of the Federal Communications Commission are taking steps to pare down the 2016 Broadband Privacy Order now that they are in the majority. The FCC has released an order staying the data...more

New FCC Stays ISP Data Security Rules from Wheeler Era

On Wednesday, the Chairman Pai-led FCC adopted an Order granting a stay of the data security rules that were adopted as part of the Commission’s 2016 Privacy Order spearheaded by former FCC Chairman Wheeler. The stay will...more

FCC Broadband Privacy Rule On Hold, Likely Dead

by BakerHostetler on

The new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Privacy and Data Security Rule for broadband internet access service (BIAS) providers (Privacy Rule) was set to start phased implementation on March 2, 2017. We have previously...more

FCC Chairman Announces Intent to Stay Broadband Data Security Rules

by Hogan Lovells on

The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Media Relations Office has released a statement announcing Chairman Pai’s intention to stay a data security rule adopted by the Commission late last year in its Broadband Privacy...more

New FCC Chairman Moves to Roll Back Privacy Rules for Internet Service Providers

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

Ever since the presidential election and the replacement of former Obama administration FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler with former Republican commissioner and now Chairman Ajit Pai, communications industry and privacy policy...more

Comments Sought of FCC Privacy Regime

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

On Friday, the Federal Register published the FCC’s January 17th Public Notice of the fact that eleven Petitions for Reconsideration were filed in the Broadband Privacy proceeding (WC Docket No. 16-106). The Petitions...more

US Trade Associations and ISPs Petition FCC to Reconsider New Privacy Rules

by Morgan Lewis on

On January 3, several US trade associations and internet service providers (ISPs) submitted petitions requesting that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reconsider its broadband privacy rules mandating consumer...more

Webinar Recording: FCC’s New Privacy Rules (Part 2)

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

The FCC adopted new privacy and security rules for telecommunications carriers—including ISPs—on October 27. In this second of two webinars in DWT’s series examining the rules, DWT experts analyzed the core Notice and Choice...more

Broadband Privacy Rules Published, FCC Stakes Out Role as Privacy Cop

On December 2, 2016, the FCC’s Broadband Privacy Report and Order (“Order”) was published in the Federal Register, triggering the 30-day deadline for petitions for reconsideration, and the effective dates for certain new...more

Broadband Privacy Rules Hit the Federal Register, Triggering Effective Dates

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

On December 2, 2016, a notice and summary of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) controversial Broadband Privacy Order (the Order) was published in the Federal Register. The Order imposes comprehensive privacy...more

The Clock Has Started: What ISPs Need to Do and When to Comply with the FCC’s Broadband Privacy Rules

On December 2, 2016, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) published its Report and Order entitled “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services” (the “Order”) as a final rule...more

The Digital Download - Alston & Bird’s Privacy & Data Security Newsletter – November 2016

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Updates on the EU: German DPA Publishes First Privacy Shield Guidelines, Requires German-Law Contracts for Transfers. On June 7, 2016, the European Commission adopted the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. One question that many...more

Compliance Clock Begins to Tick for BIAS Providers Following Publication of Privacy Rules in the Federal Register

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

The FCC’s new privacy rules were published in the Federal Register last Friday, December 2, 2016. The publication of these rules initiates the period in which broadband ISPs must come into compliance with the agency’s...more

Data Security and Breach Notification Requirements of New FCC Privacy Order May Present Immediate Implementation Challenges for...

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

As ISPs continue to absorb the scope of the FCC’s recent Privacy Order (the “Order”), one immediate question presents itself: what steps must ISPs take to begin implementing the data security and breach notification...more

FCC’s Broadband Privacy Order: Dead on Arrival?

by Perkins Coie on

The Federal Communications Commission recently released an order containing new privacy protections for customers of broadband internet access service (BIAS) providers, which was adopted by a 3-2 vote along partisan lines. In...more

FCC Imposes Privacy Restrictions on Broadband Providers…For Now

by Pillsbury - CommLawCenter on

As he rushes to accomplish his list of objectives before the change in administrations, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler was able to cross one off that list last week. For the first time, the FCC imposed privacy requirements on...more

Hotly Anticipated Broadband Privacy Order Released by FCC

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

On Nov. 2, 2016, the FCC released its long-awaited broadband privacy Order and rules by a 3-2 vote. The Order comes nearly 18 months after the Commission moved to reclassify broadband internet access service (“BIAS”) as a...more

New FCC Privacy Rules for Broadband and Voice Providers

In an order issued November 2, 2016, the Federal Communications Commission for the first time imposed privacy requirements on providers of broadband internet access services (“BIAS”). The much-anticipated order was an...more

Alert: FCC Releases Sweeping Privacy Order

by Cooley LLP on

The Federal Communications Commission has released a 177-page order detailing new privacy and data security rules. It is important to note that these new rules not only apply to providers of broadband internet access service...more

FCC Releases Text of Broadband ISP Privacy Rules

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

The Federal Communications Commission released the full text of its anticipated privacy rules for internet service providers (ISPs), telecommunications carriers, and interconnected VOIP providers. Broadly speaking, these...more

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