Digital Protest, Fill ISP Databases with Noise
August 12, 2018
On March 28, 2017, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution to overturn the Obama Administration regulation (Jan. 3, 2017) regarding privacy requirements. Because of S.J. Res. 34, anything you read or search for online can be compiled, packaged and sold to corporations by your ISP.
Corporations in turn can take information from your browsing habits and use it to serve you targeted ads.
Imagine if your cell phone carrier listened to your calls and then sold the contents of your conversations to the highest bidder.
Needless to say, this represents a serious privacy issue.
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