Ocean County Republican Congressmen Vote Yes on Bill That Would Allow Internet Providers to Sell Web Browsing History

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Republican Representatives Tom MacArthur, Frank LoBiondo and Chris Smith all voted yes this week on a controversial plan to allow internet providers to sell the web browsing histories of internet subscribers in a landmark rollback of FCC privacy protections Ocean County’s congressional delegation. The bill, which would allow internet service providers like Comcast…

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