Don't all fall off the couch together laughing... it will cause an 8.7 earthquake. http://arstechnica.com/business/201...hat-are-too-specific-would-thwart-innovation/ Excerpt: Broadband industry lobby groups urged the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday not to impose privacy rules that dictate "specific methods" of protecting customer data, since that would prevent "rapid innovation." And another: ISPs are fighting against an effort led by consumer advocacy groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Free Press, and Public Knowledge. Those groups, plus a few dozen more, last month urged the FCC to make its privacy rules stronger than the FTC's. Even FTC Commissioner Julie Brill has said she welcomes the FCC becoming a "brawnier cop on the privacy beat," the consumer advocacy groups noted in their letter. I am pretty darn sure that I don't want my internet service provider to have any additional freedoms to "innovate" with its data about me as a customer. Quite to the contrary.