FCC: US Senate Introduces New Resolution That Could Let ISPs Sell Your Web Browsing Data

On Tuesday Republicans initialized the first step in rolling back the Federal Communications Commission’s internet privacy rules, with 25 U.S. senators introducing a new resolution that would cause their reversal, and even forbid the commission from passing anything similar in the future.

Introduced last year, the privacy rules were an addendum to the net neutrality order, which required the FCC to handle enforcement of privacy protection form the Federal Trade Commission, although the FCC needed to pass clear rules in order to effectively do as such.

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