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Internet service providers would need customer permission to share sensitive data under FCC proposal

Cable and wireless companies would need permission from customers before sharing sensitive personal data, such as the contents of emails, financial information, browsing history and a mobile device’s geographic location, under a proposal released Thursday by the head of the Federal Communications...
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