• Apr 5, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

Congresswoman Rosen introduces Restoring American Privacy Act of 2017 to reverse S.J. Res. 34




Congresswoman Jacky Rosen (NV-03) has introduced H.R. 1868, the Restoring American Privacy Act of 2017, which would reverse the recently signed S.J. Res. 34. America is still reeling from that repeal of FCC internet privacy protections that was rushed through both Houses late last month. Last Monday night, President Trump signed the internet privacy repeal into law in … Continue reading “Congresswoman Rosen introduces Restoring American Privacy Act of 2017 to reverse S.J. Res. 34”

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  • Mar 27, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

Today is Congress’s final vote to get rid of Internet privacy protections on your web browsing history




Internet privacy in America faces a crossroads today on Capitol Hill. S.J. Res 34, the Senate joint resolution to do away with FCC #BroadbandPrivacy rules, passed with a 50-48 vote late last week. Now, all that stands between it and the President’s pen is a vote in the House of Representatives, where it was be speedily pushed through … Continue reading “Today is Congress’s final vote to get rid of Internet privacy protections on your web browsing history”

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  • Mar 8, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, Net Neutrality, News, Privacy,

These are the 23 Senators that introduced a bill to let telecoms sell your private internet history




Protection of your Internet history is up in the air thanks to new, pending legislation. A new bill coming before Senate aims to completely dismantle the FCC’s ability to enact data security or online privacy protections for consumers under the powers of the Congressional Review Act. Senate Joint Resolution (S.J.Res 34) was introduced by Arizona … Continue reading “These are the 23 Senators that introduced a bill to let telecoms sell your private internet history”

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