Google Wants User Data, Opposes FCC Privacy Rules

Google has opposed new privacy rules for consumer data even as it backed the FCC's proposal to open up the set-top box. Google described new privacy safeguards as “unnecessary." The FCC’s proposal would allow Google to gain access to the TV market and consumer viewing data. EPIC has urged the FCC to enforce strong privacy rules for all companies seeking access to user data.

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