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Federal net neutrality rules ended Monday, but any changes in Washington could be quickly challenged by a new state law.
Internet providers push back Thursday against legislation that would require them to keep offering open Internet service.
Lawmakers’ efforts to enact state restrictions against the sale of information about residents’ internet use faces two major hurdles – time running out in the legislative session and a full-court press by the telecommunications industry to convince them it would cause unnecessary confusion.
Intermax Networks (President Mike Kennedy) today announced they will never sell client data in reaction to a law change that allows Internet Service Providers to sell their customer’s web browsing history. (DFO: I'm still trying to get my head around this huge invasion of privacy allowed by the Republican Congress.)
Washington could try to block a federal effort to allow internet providers to sell customer data without their permission.
This law is the ultimate hack: allowing corporations to take all of our information and sell it for profit.