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Internet privacy in China [ edit ]One of the most popular topics of discussion in regards to Internet privacy is China.
Those concerned about Internet privacy often cite a number of privacy risks — events that can compromise privacy — which may be encountered through Internet use.
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Internet privacy in Sweden [ edit ]Sweden is often considered to be at the forefront of Internet use and Internet regulations.
Internet service providers [ edit ]Internet users obtain Internet access through an Internet service provider (ISP).
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Senate votes to kill privacy rules meant to protect people’s sensitive data from their Internet providers
“The FCC privacy rules are just another example of burdensome rules that hurt more than they help,” said Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas).
Privacy rules are even more important as corporate data breeches have become more frequent, Democrats said.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Wednesday that the FCC’s privacy regulations make “the Internet an uneven playing field” and stifle innovation.
“The FCC rules were carefully designed to give broadband customers greater choice and security for their private data,” he said.
Republicans and broadband companies opposed the rules because they imposed tougher restrictions on high-speed Internet providers than on websites and social networks, which also collect and use such data.
The House just voted to wipe away the FCC’s landmark Internet privacy protections
as declared in The Senate just voted to undo landmark rules covering your Internet privacyIt’s begun: Internet providers are pushing to repeal Obama-era Internet privacy rulesThe FCC just passed sweeping new rules to protect your online privacy
The Senate and House have voted to repeal an FCC ruling that protects your Internet privacy and data from ISPs.
The Senate and House voted to repeal FCC rules that protect consumers’ online data from their Internet providers.
Read more:Republicans just rolled back landmark FCC privacy rules.
At the time, the agency’s Democratic leadership argued that consumers deserved the same privacy protections governing legacy telephone service.