The Federal Communications Commission, headquartered in Washington, is at the center of a controversy over a 2016 ruling that broadband companies must respect the privacy of the browsing histories of their customers. Congress has passed a bill to overturn that ruling.
The Federal Communications Commission, headquartered in Washington, is at the center of a controversy over a 2016 ruling that broadband companies must respect the privacy of the browsing histories of their customers. Congress has passed a bill to overturn that ruling. Andrew Harnik AP
The Federal Communications Commission, headquartered in Washington, is at the center of a controversy over a 2016 ruling that broadband companies must respect the privacy of the browsing histories of their customers. Congress has passed a bill to overturn that ruling. Andrew Harnik AP

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