Proposed legislation looks to force WiFi providers to keep records

Here we go again. Lawmakers are again proposing a new federal law that would require all Internet providers and WiFi access operators to keep records about users for two years to help police with child pornography investigations. The proposed legislation is similar to a measure proposed three years ago. Article

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