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New Bill Would Outlaw Warrantless Phone Searches At The Border

Senators Ron Wyden and Rand Paul as well as Representatives Jared Polis and Blake Farenthold have introduced legislation that would require law enforcement to first obtain a warrant before they can search our phones when we enter the US.

Hamza Shaban 2 years ago

Policy Experts Slam ISP Privacy Vows After Congressional Vote

Policy experts and advocates skewered Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T's latest statements on the repeal of Obama-era internet privacy rules. "These guys are shameless," said Jeff Chester, the executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy.

Hamza Shaban 2 years ago

Congress Votes To Gut Internet Privacy Rules

Privacy advocates say that without the rules, internet providers could sell our browsing history to the highest bidder, monitor our online habits, and deploy hidden tracking cookies on our phones.

Hamza Shaban 2 years ago

Senate Republicans Vote To Gut Internet Privacy

Passed by the Federal Communications Commission under president Obama, the privacy rules require internet providers like Comcast and AT&T to first get your permission before they can sell your private information like browsing history and location data.

Hamza Shaban 2 years ago