No, your online privacy rights aren't gone
April 10, 2017
Let's set the record straight: First, despite hyperventilating headlines, Internet service providers have never planned to sell your individual browsing history to third parties. That's simply not how online advertising works. And doing so would violate ISPs' privacy promises. Second, Congress's decision last week didn't remove existing privacy protections; it simply cleared the way for us to work together to reinstate a rational and effective system for protecting consumer privacy.
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