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Alas! Individual, personal information, as revealed by searches and other uses of the Internet, once considered sacrosanct, has been sold down the river by the U.S. Congress. ISP's have prevailed in passing legislation through both houses allowing them to freely 'data-mine' or 'harvest', agregate and sell personal information regarding the private usage of the net by their subscribed and paid users. Our president signed the bill on Monday, April 3, 2017, despite his former "libertarian" lipservice to individual freedom and personal right to privacy. I feel the rug has been pulled from under my feet. What use to clear history and cookies, to use private browsers, TOR network, etc, if your own provider is recording (we already knew they were!) and profiting from every keystroke. Out goes the baby with the bathwater. Rue the day. The right to make a buck trumps the right to privacy, once again. Rags (talk) 07:34, 7 April 2017 (UTC)