Patrick Whittle reports:
One of the strictest internet privacy laws in the United States has withstood a legal challenge, as a group of telecommunication providers has dropped its bid to overturn the Maine standard.
Maine created one of the toughest rules in the nation for internet service providers in 2020 when it began enforcing an “opt-in” web privacy standard. The law stops the service providers from using, disclosing, selling or providing access to customers’ personal information without permission.
Read more at AP.
Might other states following suit in passing and enacting such protective laws? Can we make things “As Maine goes, so goes the nation?”
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