Google, Facebook, Comcast and other large ISPs teamed up to kill a California bill intended to protect broadband user privacy in the state. The law was intended to replace FCC broadband privacy rules killed by the GOP and Trump administration earlier this year that would have forced companies like Comcast to transparently indicate how your private data is being sold -- and who it's being sold to. It also would have banned ISPs from charging you significantly more money to opt out of such data collection, an idea already explored by both Comcast and AT&T.
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