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Would You Pay for Your Online Privacy?

The unpopular law rolling back protections is actually the right way forward

More than 70 percent of the public across political parties oppose a bill Donald Trump signed that rolls back rules protecting online privacy. It’s an issue, however, on which he and the Republican Congress happen to be mostly right.

The rules in question, which

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