The FCC has put out what will almost certainly be one of its
last comment requests for the national broadband plan, given its decision
Wednesday to set a final comment date (including reply comments) of Jan. 27.
It asked Wednesday for responses to a letter from the Center
for Democracy and Technology calling on the FCC to launch a notice of inquiry
(NOI) into online privacy and the use of personal information and the impact
privacy concerns could have on broadband adoption.
While the FCC did not launch an NOI, it did ask for comment
by Jan. 22. Given that Jan. 27 deadline
for replying to everything, that would leave five days for replies to this
request for comment.
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