Blackfoot Issues Statement On Internet Privacy Rules

A note of assurance from Blackfoot headquarters.

 

Missoula, Montana, April 6, 2017 – Blackfoot, an innovative communications, broadband and IT services provider issued a statement today about recent Internet Privacy Rules making the headlines.

Internet related Privacy Rules are a hot topic today. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed privacy changes last year that, this week, Congress voted to overturn. The proposed changes unleashed a firestorm of media articles, many of which may be difficult to decipher.

First and foremost, it is important to note that key privacy rules that were in place prior to this vote remain in place today. At Blackfoot, we take customer privacy and security very seriously and welcome this opportunity to assure our customers that their trust in us is well placed.

Blackfoot has never sold, nor do we have plans to sell, customers’ browsing history or any other private account information. We will continue to be good stewards of our customers’ privacy as we have been for more than 60 years.

For more information, you may view Blackfoot’s Privacy Policy here: www.Blackfoot.com/privacy-policy