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In a long career where Rep. Darrell Issa protected online privacy, a crack forms

Issa and other Republicans are under fire from pro-digital privacy organizations after they voted for a bill that lets internet service providers continue to sell or give away information on the web sites that their customers visit – though ISPs don’t typically have access to information about what their customers do on these websites – such as purchases they make. Some of those groups had long lauded Issa for his stands. "We're disappointed that Rep. Issa voted to weaken privacy protections,” said Ernesto Falcon, legislative counsel for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights organization.

Monday, April 10, 2017
San Diego Union Tribune

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