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House votes to wipe away internet privacy protections

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As President Trump continues to wipe away Obama-era regulations, his new action would only put American people in jeopardy. While Obama was president, he enacted a bill that prohibits internet providers from selling their users informations such as customer browsing habits, app usage history, location data and Social Security numbers. But the Republican majority in the house have just voted to overturn that bill and internet users are now exposed to more danger while using the internet. The new bill will now be sent to president Donald Trump for signature. The vote was somehow in a party-line nature because most Democrats opposed it.

The bottom line is all communications companies now have the legal right to track, monitor and even sell their customers personal, private and financial informations without their permission. Is this how Trump plans to make america great again?