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US Internet trade group would rather Congress stay out of users’ rights issues

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US Internet trade group would rather Congress stay out of users' rights issues

An Internet-focused trade group in the U.S. has called for the industry to establish its own customer-rights code before the U.S. Congress steps in.

The US Internet Industry Association (USIIA), a Washington, D.C., trade group with more than 200 members, on Thursday called on Internet service providers to allow their customers to access the applications and content of their choice, as long as both are legal, and to acknowledge that their customers have a right to services needed to protect their Internet service against unwanted content such as spam and spyware.

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