Calif. Pushes Internet Privacy Rules That Trump Repealed

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California on Monday joined more than a dozen other states that have introduced internet privacy legislation after Republicans in Washington and the Trump administration repealed Obama-era rules limiting what AT&T, Comcast and other broadband providers can disclose about their customers' online habits.

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