FCC Chair sends Letters of Inquiry on Consumer Data Privacy Practices

Eric Kuhnke eric.kuhnke at gmail.com
Wed Jul 20 01:22:28 UTC 2022


It would be interesting to see the geolocation data retention and sharing
policy, and what granularity of data is retained and for how long,
contrasting something that is purely a MVNO on some other facilities based
carrier's network, vs a similar SIM card and phone activated directly with
one of the facilities based last mile network operators (TMobile-Sprint,
ATT, Verizon and the smaller regional players like US Cellular).




On Tue, 19 Jul 2022 at 17:04, Sean Donelan <sean at donelan.com> wrote:

> FCC has fixed its website document management system, and has all the
> letters of inquiry posted.
>
>
> In the letters of inquiry, Chairwoman Rosenworcel asks about their
> policies around geolocation data, such as how long geolocation data is
> retained and why and what the current safeguards are to protect this
> sensitive information.  Additionally, the letters probe carriers about
> their processes for sharing subscriber geolocation data with law
> enforcement and other third parties’ data sharing agreements.  Finally,
> the letters ask whether and how consumers are notified when their
> geolocation information is shared with third parties.
>
>
>
> https://www.fcc.gov/document/rosenworcel-probes-mobile-carriers-data-privacy-practices
>
>
> AT&T Services
> Best Buy Health
> Charter Communications
> Comcast
> Consumer Cellular
> C-Spire
> DISH Network
> Google
> H2O Wireless
> Lycamobile
> Mint Mobile
> Red Pocket
> T-Mobile
> U.S. Cellular
> Verizon
>
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