Senate Republicans just voted to give internet providers the green light to sell your web-browsing data without your consent
March 24, 2017
In a victory for internet service providers like Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T, the US Senate on Thursday voted to kill a set of Obama-era privacy regulations passed by the Federal Communication Commission in October.
The most notable part of the rules, which has not taken effect, would require ISPs to get explicit consent before sharing consumers' web-browsing data and other personal information with advertisers.
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