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In a 215-205 vote today, Republican congressional representatives overwhelmingly voted in favor of repealing broadband privacy rules established by the Federal Communications Commission. Until today, those rules protected consumers' information—shopping habits, browsing history, app usage history, and location—from being sold off to the highest bidding internet service providers (ISPs). The bill was first passed by the Senate last week in a vote that fell along party lines.
Trump is expected to sign off on the measure.
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