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"Republicans are about to let telecoms sell your internet browsing history — for your ‘protection’" >Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) introduced S.J.Res 34, which would expand the Congressional Review Act to strip away privacy protections established in October by the Federal Communications Commission with broad bipartisan support, reported Privacy News Online. >Flake’s bill, which has gained more than 20 Republican co-sponsors, would allow lawmakers to repeal Obama-era privacy rules by a simple majority vote in the House and Senate and would prevent the FCC from establishing similar regulations in the future. >The rules passed last year prohibit internet providers such as Comcast and Verizon from collecting and selling virtually any subscriber data, including browser history and app usage, without prior user permission.


>>4173 Whole internet must be encrypted it is the only way


>>4173 >these fucks can easily repeal Obama-era privacy rules but cant do anything about Obamacare even though they had years to think of a plan

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