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CCA Statement on FCC’s Temporary Stay of Data Security Regulations

March 1, 2017 – Statement by CCA President & CEO Steven K. Berry on the FCC’s decision to issue a temporary stay of the data security regulations adopted in the Privacy Order

“The Commission did the right thing by issuing a narrow and temporary stay of the data security regulations adopted in the Privacy Order.  Broadband Internet access (BIAS) providers, especially smaller providers, should not be held to different standards than others in the Internet ecosystem.  CCA appreciates that all FCC Commissioners and the Chairman acted in advance of the data security regulations going into effect, despite their policy perspective.  This stay will allow the FCC and the FTC to take the appropriate time to harmonize any FCC privacy rules with the FTC’s framework and allow innovative small businesses to focus on what they do best – serving their customers – rather than complying with undue, inconsistent regulatory requirements.”

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