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

New York is latest state to see bipartisan support for internet privacy

New York state may be the next state to pass their own internet privacy protections that protect the sensitive information of internet subscribers from their internet service providers (ISPs). Shortly after President Trump signed S.J. Res 34 and cemented the repeal of FCC internet privacy protections, Assemblymember Monica P. Wallace [D-Lancaster] introduced A. 7191 on … Continue reading “New York is latest state to see bipartisan support for internet privacy”

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  • Mar 29, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

Minnesota Senate votes 58-9 to pass Internet privacy protections in response to repeal of FCC privacy rules

In stark contrast to Congress’s recent vote against the Internet privacy rights of American constituents, Minnesota’s state Senators have voted to add broadband privacy protections at the state level. The protections were added in an amendment to S.F. No. 1937, the Minnesota economic development budget bill, by Minnesota State Sen. Latz. This Internet privacy amendment was introduced as … Continue reading “Minnesota Senate votes 58-9 to pass Internet privacy protections in response to repeal of FCC privacy rules”

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