Feds want to keep your broadband provider’s nose out of your online life

Companies say they’re just trying to deliver more relevant ads, but consumer advocates contend we need stricter rules about what Internet providers can see.

CNET March 10, 2016

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The feds want to keep your broadband provider’s nose out of your online life

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