Cyber Security

Encryption Won’t Stop Your Internet Provider From Spying on You

“Earlier this month, a lobby group for major internet providers like Comcast and Verizon attacked a set of online-privacy regulations they believe are too strict. In a filing to the Federal Communication Commission, the group argued providers should be able to sell customers’ internet history without the customers’ permission, because that information shouldn’t be considered sensitive. Besides, the group contended, web traffic is increasingly encrypted anyway, making it invisible to providers.”

Source: Encryption Won’t Stop Your Internet Provider From Spying on You – Nextgov.com

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