House Votes To Repeal FCC Privacy Rules

ISPs have promised to abide by voluntary privacy guidelines
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In a victory for ISPs, advertisers and tech companies that had opposed the new Federal Communications Commission's broadband privacy rules, the House voted primarily along party lines 215 to 205 yesterday, March 28, to repeal those rules, with only the president's signature needed to make it official. More than a dozen Republicans voted against it.

In a victory for ISPs, advertisers and tech companies that had opposed the new Federal Communications Commission's broadband privacy rules, the House voted primarily along party lines 215 to 205 yesterday, March 28, to repeal those rules, with only the president's signature needed to make it official. More than a dozen Republicans voted against it.

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