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AFP Relax News reported that Finland ranks top on the internet usage on mobile devices. The Finnish market offers lots of unlimited data plans making fast internet connections affordable to the...

Broadband Providers Will Need Permission to Collect Private Data

Cecilia Kang fro the New York Times reports that the Federal Communications Committee approved new privacy rules. Currently, the broadband providers can track users unless those individuals tell...

Privacy groups target kids advertising disguised as YouTube content

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Smartphone-obsessed Finns rank tops in screen time
AFP Relax News reported that Finland ranks top on the internet usage on mobile devices. The Finnish market offers lots of unlimited data plans making fast internet connections affordable to the consumers. The authorities are concerned that some mothers spend too much time on their smartphones instead of playing with their children, and that some fathers are largely absent from their children's lives.
Broadband Providers Will Need Permission to Collect Private Data
Cecilia Kang fro the New York Times reports that the Federal Communications Committee approved new privacy rules. Currently, the broadband providers can track users unless those individuals tell them to stop. The new rules require broadband providers to obtain permission from subscribers to gather and give out data on their web browsing, app use, location and financial information.