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TECHNOLOGY, OUTSOURCING, AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
NEWS FOR LAWYERS AND SOURCING PROFESSIONALS
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 opt-in before using data for marketing purposes.
On April 27, the US House of Representatives (House) voted 419-0 to approve the Email Privacy Act (Act).
On April 13, the US House Committee on the Judiciary (the Committee) voted 28-0 to approve the Email Privacy Act (Act), which would, among other things, require federal authorities to obtain a warrant from a judge to access all emails or other digital communications.
On March 31, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), voting 3-2 along party lines, adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to establish a set of regulatory data security and privacy rules for broadband Internet access service providers (ISPs).