Here's what to know about Congress' move to dismantle online privacy rules, and what you can do to try to safeguard your online data. Share story SAN FRANCISCO - Congress on Tuesday moved to dismantle online privacy rules created during the Obama era.
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SAN FRANCISCO - Congress on Tuesday moved to dismantle online privacy rules created during the Obama era. The rules, which were scheduled to take effect this year, would have required internet providers to get permission before collecting and selling a customer's online information, including browsing activities.