On March 28th, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 215-205 to overturn yet-to-take effect rules, passed at the end of the Obama administration, that required Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to obtain users’ permission before selling their data. This vote follows last week’s Senate vote of 50-48. The measure now awaits the President’s approval, which is expected.
To learn more about what this measure means and how different organizations view it, check out the following link.
Congress Overturns Internet Privacy Regulation