Cellphone Carriers May Face $200 Million in Fines for Selling Location Data

Cellphone Carriers May Face $200 Million in Fines for Selling Location Data

The New York Times-US·2020-02-28 00:59

The Federal Communications Commission is set to propose about $200 million in fines against four major cellphone carriers for selling customers’ real-time location data, according to three people briefed on the discussions.

The penalties would be some of the largest the agency has imposed in decades and represent the first action it has taken on the issue, though privacy advocates and critics in Congress say even that response is inadequate. The amount is not final, and the companies — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon — will have the opportunity to respond and argue against the fines.

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