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Is your internet service provider looking at your web browsing history?

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Is your internet service provider looking at your web browsing history?
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6856191?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 03 Apr 2017 12:34:22 +0000 Is your internet service provider looking at your web browsi Is your internet service provider looking at your web browsing history? http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6856191?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KTVX ABC 4 Salt Lake City democratic monaco disagree with that. along with privacy advocates and tech community members. they're expected to shun bill overturned the privacy rules. to help us better understand the changes with providers we have cybersecurity experts here robert jorgensen from utah valley university. thank you for being here. >> good morning frank. >> brian: prospectus template there's a lot happening with fcc internet providers and privacy rules. what has changed? >> basically about a year ago the fcc decided to classify internet service providers as to utilities which basically subject them to lot of more stringent rules and how they could sell and market data. congress voted as kind of an obscure rule to basically disallow the regulations. >> so it sounds like the companies are now being allowed to sell my personal information without asking me. is that right? right.they can basically advocate all of your browsing habits. the sites you go to, when you go to them and they can use that creative marketing profile. >> brian: should people be worried about that? >> it depends. a lot of people are already doing that. facebook and google do not but it's a little bit different because it's easy to say i don't want to use google or facebook but to say i don't want to use an isp or switch it is more complicated. >> how to get around that if you're someone who still wants to because we have to know it seems everyday life. but you don't when personal information sold by one of these. >> some of them have options to opt out.some of the advertising. one of the big things is to look for secure connections. we see that https means the isp can't see it exactly what you're doing. for example if you go to eesti pps site like amazon vacancy you're going to amazon but that's not your shopping for. press the website it says https, thus we need to look for. >> yes. i feel like is it that simple or is them or we need to be doing? >> not all of the sites have that. then the question is, you know what about all of the other information? because he still negligent homicide, they know you're going to the good 4 utah website. when you can do is contact your legislators and say this is, you know we like this protected more because it's kind of conduct of the state level. >> and what is a vpn? >> that's a virtual private network. there typically used by people to provide connect to the corporate network on the road. what it does is such that information from the computer to another system typically corporate network. you can also use those to encrypted three or isp. basically it makes it so can't see anything. but then the question is what does the bpm provider to with! and it will protect you from your isp but somebody else still cannot see what's going on. >> for basically listening some regulations that were proposed there pretty much doing what they want to do and letting them gather the information, selling and kind of taking a hands-off approach. >> brian: if you like the approach they are obviously going the direction if you don't it's obviously going the other direction. if you want to find more about the direction that what you're working on where to go for that? mexican go to our website. >> brian: of course




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