Here are the Facts. Congress Did Not Give Away Your Internet Privacy.

By Jordan Crenshaw, U.S. Chamber of Commerce On Tuesday, the House of Representatives sent a bill to President Donald Trump using the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to roll back the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) midnight broadband privacy rules. Activists groups since then have made accusations that Congress has authorized broadband providers to indiscriminately sell their…

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No, Republicans Didn’t Just Strip Away Your Internet Privacy Rights

Ajit Pai is chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Maureen Ohlhausen is acting chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. April Fools’ Day came early last week, as professional lobbyists lit a wildfire of misinformation about Congress’s action — signed into law Monday by President Trump — to nullify the Federal Communications Commission’s broadband privacy rules. So…

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How Mobile Apps Reduce Follow-Up Visits After Surgery

A mobile app reduced the need for “in-person” visits to a doctor following breast reconstructive surgery without “affecting complication rates or patient satisfaction,” new research in the journal JAMA Surgery shows. The study gives momentum to the effort to use digital health technology to offer more patient-centric care that can also potentially reduce unnecessary visits…

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