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Senate Votes to Repeal FCC Internet Privacy Rules

The FCC's move to stop Internet service providers from collecting customers' personal information without consent has itself been halted. The Senate voted 50-48 on March 24 to overturn the rules, with the House expected to follow suit.

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The Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) move to stop Internet service providers from collecting customers’ personal information without consent has itself been halted, as reported by BuzzFeed and The New York Times.

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