Klint Finley

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The House voted today to repeal internet privacy regulations from the Obama era. The Senate already approved the measure. It now goes to President Trump, and he’s expected to sign it.

Internet privacy rules take a big hit from Congress

The House voted today to repeal internet privacy regulations from the Obama era. The Senate already approved the measure. It now goes to President Trump, and he’s expected to sign it.

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