Your Internet Data May Become Available to the Highest Bidder

March 15, 2017

Taking advantage of the Congressional Review Act process, Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona introduced legislation on March 7 that would completely remove privacy protections approved the Federal Communications Commission last year. The protections, written into the FCC Rules and Regulations as “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services,” requires internet service providers to confidentially protect customer information.

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