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    I don't think Trump is going to do anything about it. He's a childish disaster of an excuse for a conservative as well as a whiny child. He's too busy tweeting about how he's mad that someone made fun of him. As far as the bill itself, I'm not particularly concerned because, as mentioned above, I cover my butt pretty well as far as personal info, and I check my credit report every couple of days at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misha View Post
    I don't think Trump is going to do anything about it. He's a childish disaster of an excuse for a conservative as well as a whiny child. He's too busy tweeting about how he's mad that someone made fun of him. As far as the bill itself, I'm not particularly concerned because, as mentioned above, I cover my butt pretty well as far as personal info, and I check my credit report every couple of days at least.
    Be aware a lot of news outlets paint this as Trump personally stomping on internet privacy when in reality all he's doing is peeling back a policy Obama wanted to implement. The policy wouldn't have assisted your privacy in any substantial way, though. It was, in essence, a choice between ticking the Terms & Services box or not having internet.

    Just another flacid bill on Trump's warpath to obliterate any legitimacy Obama's presidency may have had.

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    Make LOADS of spam emails signed up to the most fucked up stuff you can imagine.

    Enjoy, ISP. You asked for it.

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    Thought this was active.
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    So the bill allowing ISPs to sell your info to third parties without your consent has passed

    Made the same mistake as the post above me.
    Last edited by Bec; 05-18-2017 at 12:04 PM.

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    If people had to opt in then maybe it wouldn't be so bad ? People must however have a choice. No way should financial info be allowed to be sold under any circumstances, though. Even more fraud now, thanks to this law.

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