Mashable and they could sell that information. Please don't blame us. 

This week, the U.S. government ripped apart the rules former Federal Communications Communications Chairman Tom Wheeler put in place to protect your privacy while browsing the web. Now, thanks to a new administration, who you are — based on what you do online — is now for the taking... for a price. 

Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner Cable, all the companies you hate to hate, can sell information about your privacy to the highest bidder, a.k.a. advertising giants.  Read more...

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If you’re reading this, I’m sorry — your internet provider now knows you’re a fan of Mashable and they could sell that information. Please don’t blame us. 

This week, the U.S. government ripped apart the rules former Federal Communications Communications Chairman Tom Wheeler put in place to protect your privacy while browsing the web. Now, thanks to a new administration, who you are — based on what you do online — is now for the taking… for a price. 

Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner Cable, all the companies you hate to hate, can sell information about your privacy to the highest bidder, a.k.a. advertising giants.  Read more…

More about Business, Net Neutrality, Politics, Internet Privacy, and Internet

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