Your internet history on sale to highest bidder: US Congress votes to shred ISP privacy rules
As House passes law, here’s what you should do about it
The US House of Representatives has just approved a “congressional disapproval” vote of privacy rules, which gives your ISP the right to sell your internet history to the highest bidder.
This follows the same vote in the Senate last week. Just prior to the vote, a White House spokesman said the president supported the bill, meaning that the decision will soon become law.