Congress guts internet rule on privacy, giving providers right to snoop for data

WASHINGTON — The Republican-controlled Congress on Tuesday passed a bill for President Donald Trump’s signature that would empower internet service providers to snoop on users without their consent and sell the data to marketers. Republican proponents of the measure hailed the measure as a way to level the playing field for broadband companies like Comcast, AT&T…

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