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CONSPIRACY SCOPE: The FCC says it can’t force Google and Facebook to stop tracking their users

8.11.15

CONSPIRACY SCOPE: The FCC says it can’t force Google and Facebook to stop tracking their users: It's also the latest move in an ongoing battle to defend the agency’s new net neutrality rules, which opponents warned would result in the regulation of popular Web sites and online services. By rejecting the petition, the FCC likely hopes to defuse that argument. The rules, which took effect this summer, allow the FCC to regulate only providers of Internet access, not individual Web sites, said a senior agency official.


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