Congress Votes To Kill Broadband Privacy Rules

The United States House of Representatives voted Tuesday to approve H. Res. 230, a “congressional disapproval” vote of broadband privacy rules that would have prevented internet service providers from collecting sensitive data from subscribers without permission. The vote against the Broadband Consumer Privacy Rules was approved by a vote of 231-189 that fell entirely on party…

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