President Donald Trump signed legislation Monday that repealed broadband privacy regulations, which were adopted under President Barack Obama, requiring internet service providers to obtain users’ permission before using their web browsing history, geolocation and other personal information to create targeted advertisements.
President Donald Trump signed legislation Monday that repealed broadband privacy regulations, which were adopted under President Barack Obama, requiring internet service providers to obtain users’ permission before using their web browsing history, geolocation and other personal information to create targeted advertisements. AP file photo
President Donald Trump signed legislation Monday that repealed broadband privacy regulations, which were adopted under President Barack Obama, requiring internet service providers to obtain users’ permission before using their web browsing history, geolocation and other personal information to create targeted advertisements. AP file photo

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