The April 3 passage of a law rolling back the Federal Communications Commission’s restrictions on internet service and telecommunication providers selling customer data has given way to a new internet privacy measure in the state Senate.

On March 28, the U.S. House of Representatives in D.C. repealed FCC-approved rules that required internet service providers to get customers’ permission before collecting and sharing their data. A week prior, the U.S. Senate also voted against the rules. On April 3, President Donald Trump signed the act into law.

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