Senate Republicans vote to let internet service companies collect your browsing habits

WASHINGTON — On a party line vote, the Senate Thursday overturned privacy rules that barred companies that provide internet service from gathering and profiting from consumers’ personal information without their consent. If the measure passes another vote in the House, internet providers such as AT&T, Verizon and Comcast will be empowered to monitor where consumers browse…


  1. There’s this new thing called the constitution, I wish more people read it.

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