Thursday, April 6, 2017
Is there still hope for internet privacy in the US?
This week, we saw President Trump sign into law a resolution that allows ISPs in the US to collect and sell customers’ data to third parties without their consent, dealing a death blow to your online privacy. Is there a way out? Some government representatives are giving it a go. Last week, Congresswoman Jacky Rosen of Nevada introduced her first bill, the Restoring American Privacy Act of 2017, to reverse the Congressional resolution that President Trump just signed. And as VPN provider Private Internet Access noted, Minnesota’s Senate voted to add broadband privacy protections last month, preventing ISPs from selling customers’…
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