Various ports on the rear of a Verizon Fios set top box are seen in a 2010 file image. The company joined Comcast in reacting to Congress' move to kill privacy rules protecting broadband users, by announcing that would not sell customer browsing histories to advertisers.
Various ports on the rear of a Verizon Fios set top box are seen in a 2010 file image. The company joined Comcast in reacting to Congress' move to kill privacy rules protecting broadband users, by announcing that would not sell customer browsing histories to advertisers. Richard B. Levine Sipa USA
Various ports on the rear of a Verizon Fios set top box are seen in a 2010 file image. The company joined Comcast in reacting to Congress' move to kill privacy rules protecting broadband users, by announcing that would not sell customer browsing histories to advertisers. Richard B. Levine Sipa USA

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California legislation to ‘protect’ privacy won’t solve privacy problems

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