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Turns Out Those Efforts to Buy the Internet Histories of Politicians Were Kind of a Scam

Turns Out Those Efforts to Buy the Internet Histories of Politicians Were Kind of a Scam

Remember earlier this year when social media was full of rage that Congress, and President Trump, had blocked an Obama-era internet privacy rule from going into effect? The most common refrain was that Congress, and the President, had given internet service providers the ability to sell your browsing history. Dozens of online fundraising efforts sprung

Senator John Hoeven

Audio: Senator John Hoeven Says Congress Didn’t Do Anything to Change Your Internet Privacy

Go just about anywhere on the internet lately and you’ll learn that Congress approved legislation which will let our ISP’s sell data pertaining to our use of the internet, and that Trump’s about to sign the bill. Yesterday I spoke with Congressman Kevin Cramer about the legislation, which he voted for, on my radio show. “This

North Dakota Representative Kevin Cramer speaks Sunday, April 3, 2016, at the ND GOP Convention at Scheels Arena in Fargo of his choice to endorse Donald Trump for president. Rick Abbott / The Forum

Audio: “This Will Ultimately Enhance Your Privacy” Congressman Cramer Says of Controversial Internet Bill

By now you’ve all probably heard of the controversy over internet privacy legislation passed by Congress recently and sent to President Donald Trump for signature (he has indicated that he’d sign it). The claim from critics of the bill is that it would allow your internet service provider to sell data about your use of

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