Congress Just Voted To Kill Consumer Broadband Privacy Protections – Techdirt


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Congress Just Voted To Kill Consumer Broadband Privacy Protections
Techdirt
Despite a last-ditch effort by the EFF and other consumer and privacy groups, Congress today voted to dismantle privacy protections for broadband subscribers in a 50-48 vote. The rules, passed last October by the FCC, simply required that ISPs clearly …
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