ANZA – President Donald Trump signed Senate Joint Resolution 34 into law April 3. The resolution was sent to Trump just three weeks after having passed both houses of Congress on a strict party line vote; the bill was first introduced in the Senate by Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.
The resolution removes the internet privacy rules set in place by the Federal Communications Commission in 2016. The new law allows internet service providers to collect and sell personal information such as browsing history, email content and other sensitive data to the highest bidder.
“As an ISP, ConnectAnza values our members’ privacy and will never collect or sell private information of any kind. Members can rest assured that the highest security and privacy measures, which are already included in our member agreement, will remain in place permanently,” according to a statement from ConnectAnza.
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