Net neutrality repeal won’t harm cybersecurity, telecoms say

From: Washington Examiner

by Charlie Mitchell

The termination of the Federal Communications Commission’s data privacy and security rules, along with the end of net neutrality, leave the telecoms vulnerable to cyber breaches, critics say.


The net neutrality repeal reduces transparency about what Internet service providers are offering, critics say, and thus limits information on the security of their services. And lawmakers’ repeal of the specific privacy and security rules raise various concerns, according to critics such as retired Adm. David Simpson, the former FCC security chief who wrote the regulations.

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