A new law in California gives consumers the right to opt out of the sale of their personal information.
Broadband providers in California appear to have succeeded in their effort to defang what would have been the toughest net neutrality bill in the country.
"Congestion on individual channels is no longer an issue that needs to be managed," Comcast says.
Three industry organizations -- the Association of National Advertisers, Data & Marketing Association and Network Advertising Initiative -- recently donated a combined $125,000 to a group opposing the proposal.
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