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April 13, 2017, by Tabitha Gregory, Chief Customer Relations Officer, Copper Valley Telecom

In March, the U.S. Congress reversed Internet privacy rules which the Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C.). had approved in October. These stricter rules were primarily put in place to prohibit large website providers such as search engines and social media sites from sharing or selling consumer information. The rules, though approved, had not taken effect when Congress acted.

Copper Valley Telecom wishes to remind the public that our company does not sell or give away any information about our telecommunications or broadband customers. Our company did not do it before the F.C.C.'s rules were adopted, and we do not plan to do so in the future.

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