Students weigh in on repeal of internet privacy protection

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On Monday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order which repealed the Obama-era regulations that were put on internet privacy. Now, broadband internet service providers can track a person’s online activity without their permission.

Also, these service providers can now sell a customer’s online information with greater ease due to the privacy regulations repeal, according to a New York Times article.

Students at CSUN disapprove of the changes to a person’s internet privacy. The Sundial spoke to five different students who discussed the reason why they disagree with the repeal.

“The stuff you look up isn’t really relative to what you believe in,” said 18-year-old psychology major, Britney Aguire.