For Sale: your online browsing history.
-The apps you use
-Websites you visit
-Financial and health info
In a rare political move that has united liberals and conservatives in outrage, the United States Congress has voted to repeal an array of internet privacy protections. The House of Representatives and the Senate have both voted to repeal the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules initiated in the waning days of the Obama administration that had not yet gone into effect. It is expected to be signed by President Trump.
— thelibrarywhiteboard (@thecircdesk) March 29, 2017