In October of 2016, the FCC passed rules that would have prohibited ISPs from gathering and selling data they collected from consumers. They never went into effect but Congress passed S.J.Res.34 and President Trump signed the bill that repealed these rules. Now ISPs will be able to sell that data to anyone who wants to buy it. What does this mean for our Fourth Amendment rights? How safe will this be from from hackers? Michael Robinson discusses these issues with his guest Andrea Seabrook of Countable.
Andrea Seabrook – End of Internet Privacy?