Congress votes to block Obama-era internet privacy rules
NBC Bay Area
What you do on the web may soon be for sale. Data collected by your internet service provider, can be sold as both houses of Congress have voted to block Obama-era broadband privacy rules. But users will find alternative ways to use and browse the internet, says Kevin Moore, senior vice president of worldwide sales at Vectra.
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