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D&D Rules Fuckery

2296: How many times must a man look up before he can really see the sky?The sky is approximately 30, 000 feet high (assuming the part we see is somewhere in the upper reaches of thetroposphere) and nearly six miles across.

The FCC just rolled back some of its privacy rules, reversing previous positions

The FCC just rolled back some of its privacy rules, reversing previous positions The FCC is under new leadership, and it’s looking to scale back some of the privacy regulations of the previous administration.On Friday, the newly appointed chairman of the Federal Communications Commission asked the organization to delay a set of the privacy rules that was initially slated to take effect next week.

The U.S. Senate wants to limit the FCC’s ability to regulate ISP data policies

The U.S. Senate wants to limit the FCC’s ability to regulate ISP data policies Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to impose new rules that require internet service providers (ISPs) to gain user consent before sharing certain data with third parties.Now, Congress is stepping in to address the rules’ status, with Senate Republicans introducing legislation that would do away with the rules altogether.

Apple is strictly enforcing its rules against third-party app update services

Apple is strictly enforcing its rules against third-party app update services 2 of the Apple Developer Program License Agreement, and the App Store Review Guideline 2.io will perhaps be most affected by the new rules.

Drones: Canada imposes strict new rules following a jump in dangerous incidents

Drones: Canada imposes strict new rules following a jump in dangerous incidents Announced on Thursday by Canadian transport minister Marc Garneau, the new regulations place strict limitations on drone flights close to people, animals, and buildings.The rules, aimed specifically at non-commercial drone flights, also stipulate that the machines should be kept well clear of airports.

Old Anon's Dying Message

Old Anon's Dying Message I' m on my way out for health reasons (anybody got a spare kidney?Iwouldn' t particularly care what happens after I' m gone were it not for a fewthings.

U.S. Senate votes to allow internet service providers to sell your private data

U.S. Senate votes to allow internet service providers to sell your private data In October, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) established broadband privacy rules that require internet service providers (ISPs) to obtain consent from subscribers before selling their private data to third-party advertisers.The vote was essentially the Republican party versus the Democratic party, with the Republicans winning the vote, 50 to 48.

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe The decision follows one made by the Senate last week, which narrowly voted to repeal the privacy rules.The FCC set rules in place forcing ISPs to provide opt-in/opt-out options regarding the use of personal subscriber data by third-party companies.