The FCC plans to continue pursuing privacy actions against telecommunications companies with lax data security practices, according to a letter sent by FCC Chairman Thomas Wheeler.  In response to feedback from Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL), who lauded the FCC’s first-ever data security enforcement action against two phone companies ‒ YourTel America Inc. and TerraCom Inc. ‒ Wheeler affirmed that the FCC will “exercise its full authority” to hold companies liable under the Communications Act for failing to protect customer data.