What does the repeal of the broadband privacy rule mean to the average American? The short answer is that the internet as we’ve come to know it is no longer inherently private.
It means that internet service providers such as Frontier, Spectrum, and Comcast can now sell the history of the websites that you visit to the highest bidder. Records of purchasing habits, medical issues, and even financial matters that have been researched on the internet can now be purchased and reviewed to ascertain sensitive and private details.
To help protect your internet history and privacy use a VPN service and the private browsing functionality within your favorite internet browser. -Elias Leslie