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Daily Dashboard | Blackburn introduces new privacy rules bill Related reading: Uber concealed breach of 57M users for more than a year

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Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., introduced a bill that would require companies to obtain user permission before sharing data with advertisers, Axios reports. The bill differs in two major ways from the recently repealed Federal Communications Commission's privacy rules. Blackburn's bill would not only apply to ISPs but also to web companies, such as Facebook and Google. Under Blackburn's proposal, it would be the Federal Trade Commission, not the FCC, enforcing the rules. "We knew at some point we needed to move forward with what a new structure would be — and I felt the timing was appropriate," Blackburn said.
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