House votes to repeal Obama-era internet privacy protections
WASHINGTON -- The future of online privacy is now in President Donald Trump's hands. The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to repeal internet privacy protections that were approved by the Federal Communications Commission in the final days of the Obama administration. The Senate voted along party lines to undo the rules last week. The resolution now goes to Trump's desk. The White House said Tuesday it "strongly supports" the repeal.
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