US Senate votes to let ISPs sell your Web Browsing History to Advertisers

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  1. This analysis is not entirely correct. The FCC’s new rule was an effort to put the Internet under the control of that agency, which was formed to regulate broadcast communications, not computer networks. Because the Senate rejected the proposed rule it did not take effect, so nothing was taken away nor were ISPs given new powers.

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