After Congress voted last week to strike down new FCC regulations, President Trump has signed congressional legislation that allows Internet Service Providers selling its customers’ browsing history, private data and habits to the highest bidder.
In the US, new legislation allows your ISP to collect and store all of your browsing history. This will include your behaviour on sites, any clicks and pages visited.
Online privacy is dead, at least in the US.
Technically it’s already legal for ISP, such as Comcast, to track and spy on customers and sell data to advertisers. Facebook and Google do the same now too. But many ISPs had delayed following Facebook and Google’s lead because the Obama administration’s Federal Communications Commission took a hard line on net neutrality and other consumer protections.
Due to this fact VPN usage is skyrocketed. The advice to use a VPN to hide online identity, protect privacy, encrypt connection and prevent ISP from tracking your move has dominated in US media now.
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