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PoliticsThe 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost to buy them - The Verge (theverge.com)
submitted 12 hours ago by beef-o-lipso
SecurityTom Wheeler: How the Republicans Sold Your Privacy to Internet Providers (nytimes.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by CollumMcJingleballs
PoliticsHouse Passes HR230 Repealing FCC Internet Privacy Rule (self.technology)
submitted 1 day ago * by puns4life
SoftwareGive your ISP garbage. Fight for your privacy! (cs.nyu.edu)
submitted 6 hours ago by PlazzmiK
SecurityAs Trump Complains About Alleged Surveillance, Republicans Gut Internet Privacy Rules (democracynow.org)
submitted 8 hours ago by son1dow
'Just Use A VPN' Isn't A Real Solution To The GOP's Decision To Kill Broadband Privacy Protections (techdirt.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by Albion_Tourgee
BusinessJeff Bezos Is Now the World's Second Richest Person (bloomberg.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by I_have_no_mercy
House of Representatives votes 232-184 to do away with Broadband Privacy. If your Rep. voted for this bill, it is time to let him or her know that they lost your vote. (privateinternetaccess.com)
submitted 1 day ago by relevantlife
PoliticsI Spent a Week Trying To Make the Broadband Lobby Answer a Simple Question About Selling Your Data (theintercept.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by samfbiddle
PoliticsThe House just voted to wipe out the FCC’s landmark Internet privacy protections (washingtonpost.com)
submitted 1 day ago by vanderlinden
PoliticsHere is the list of the 15 Republicans who stood up for the privacy of Americans and voted against Senate Joint Resolution 34. (self.technology)
submitted 1 day ago by FeistyPotato
PoliticsCongresswoman behind bill to let ISPs sell your search history took $693,000 from industry: “Representative Blackburn hasn’t done a single thing that crosses the phone and cable lobby” (vocativ.com)
submitted 1 day ago by cornthoughts
SecurityCivil Rights Groups That Received Donations From ISPs Spoke Out Against Internet Privacy (consumerist.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by shaolinpunks
DiscussionUse VPN, TOR and DNSCRYPT to hide your data from ISP. (self.technology)
submitted 1 hour ago * by desi_fubu
Crowdfunding campaign seeks to purchase search history of lawmakers who killed internet privacy (resistancereport.com)
submitted 8 hours ago by budgie
After repeal of FCC privacy rule, here's an easy guide set up your own VPN server on Ubuntu 16.04 (digitalocean.com)
submitted 14 hours ago by __ah
Cisco learned from Wikileaks that the CIA had hacked its systems (cnbc.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by nowaygreg
NetworkingTrolls Are Winning the Internet, Technologists Say (theatlantic.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by wmlnthc
The 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost to buy them (theverge.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by relevantlife
HardwareIntel: Our next chips will be a 'generation ahead' of Samsung thanks to "hyper scaling" that squeezes in twice as many transistors (engadget.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by taltals
SecurityRobert Steele: Details on NSA Backdoor in INTEL Chips (phibetaiota.net)
submitted 7 hours ago by PCisLame
Browser extension to effectively mask your browsing history in a mass of random search traffic (cs.nyu.edu)
submitted 6 hours ago by chikkensoop
ComcastTo Serve AT&T and Comcast, Congressional GOP Votes to Destroy Online Privacy (theintercept.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by linusdropstech
DiscussionI am doing research on the bill "allowing your ISP to sell your information." Here is what I've found so far. (self.technology)
submitted 1 hour ago by SamusMcFizz
The House just voted to let internet providers sell your browsing history (techcrunch.com)
submitted 1 day ago by SeabearsAttack
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