ISPs Sell Your Data to Advertisers, But FCC has a Plan to Protect Privacy

   
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The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has put forward a proposal that aims to protect Internet user's privacy.The proposal [pdf] will regulate the amount of customers’ online data the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are able to collect and sell to the advertising companies.Currently, there is no particular rule by law covering broadband providers and customer privacy, and if adopted, this would be the first privacy rule for ISPs.The FCC already governs how phone companies can use and resell customer data, and the Chairman Tom Wheeler believes similar rules should be applied to ISPs.Is Your ISP Tracking Your Web Surfing and Selling Data to Advertisers?

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