American Senate agrees with the new privacy rules
The U.s. Senate has agreed to the new privacy rules that internet service providers gives you the option of the internet browsing history of its users to share with third parties, without explicit consent.
Writes Reuters. Now, the new rules have passed the House of Representatives. There it is again voted on the new privacy rules. If there also there with the new rules is approved, then internet service providers the data of their users to sell to advertisers.
“This is a direct attack on the rights of the consumers, their privacy and the rules that stand for basic safety on the internet,” said senator Richard Blumenthal, writes The Verge.
If the rules are adopted, then it is also true that the FCC, the American communicatiewaakhond, in the future, such rules are not more allowed to enter. The FCC is in fact sidelined, also when the opinion changes of the Us Congress.