There’s news today about the Senate passing a resolution that could lead to internet service providers (ISPs) being able to sell customers’ personal data

There’s news today about the Senate passing a resolution that could lead to internet service providers (ISPs) being able to sell customers’ personal data, including browsing histories.
I take the view “Don’t worry. Be proactive.” Okay, maybe more “Be proactive” 🙂 It’s not legislation yet, so now’s a good time to set up more internet privacy options—wrote an article on Guns, Gams & Gumshoes w/ some tips & links to articles:
https://writingpis.wordpress.com/…/senate-resolution-may-e…/
Another tip: Read some comedy writers on Twitter. Like Jen Spyra (@jenspyra).
“I appreciate that the saleslady informed me I’d be more comfortable in a 36B cup size, but this is a Best Buy & I’m looking for humidifiers.” ~Jen Spyra

2 thoughts on “There’s news today about the Senate passing a resolution that could lead to internet service providers (ISPs) being able to sell customers’ personal data”

  1. I already pay for tunnel bear’s VPN service for when we are traveling. Guess I’ll be using it as home, too.

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