The president of United States has signed a bill to reverse rules that provides strong protections against internet service providers collecting and selling browsing history of internet users. Before now, there had been laws that is against internet providers from collecting and selling browsing history.
According to techcrunch, United States Parliament, the White House supported the resolution and approved it last week. All Senators excluding fifteen Rupublicans voted for the bill.
The news resolution may not immediate changes, as a result of certain logistics. However, it is important to note that it will be a freelance on your browsing history now until regulators figured out the little oversight involved.