Senate Waters Down Privacy Protections For Online Video Streaming

From ThinkProgress Sun Dec 30 2012, 17:30:38

Last week, the Senate quietly agreed to allow video streaming companies such as Netflix to share data on of their customers' streaming histories for up to two years -- after only asking their permission once. The Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA), had previously mandated that consent be obtained from an individual each time their video-watching [...]

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