House Votes to End Broadband Privacy | TWiT Bits
Megan Morrone and Nathan Olivarez-Giles talk to Iain Thomson from The Register about what to do now that the US House of Representatives has officially voted to overturn broadband privacy rules that the Federal Communications Commission approved late last year. The vote was 215 to 205 for rules that would have protected us against our ISP desperately wants to sell all our data. Now they can, even without our consent.
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