Friday, May 12, 2017

FCC chairman who voted to sell your browsing history won’t release his

The same FCC chairman who voted to repeal rules protecting the privacy of Americans’ information online won’t disclose his, according to a report by ZDNet. Last month, Congress and President Trump approved the FCC’s rollback of online privacy rules. With those rules gone, ISPs have carte blanche to sell your data to third parties. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai — a former Verizon lawyer — was a major force in this decision, saying, “The more heavily you regulate something, the less of it you’re likely to get.” ZDNet decided to make the Chairman put his money where his mouth is. They filed…

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