Enlarge / US House of Representatives on October 29, 2015. (credit: Getty Images | Chip Somodevilla )
The US House of Representatives could vote tomorrow on whether to eliminate privacy rules that would have forced ISPs to get your consent before selling Web browsing history and app usage history to advertisers.

The Senate voted to kill the rules on Thursday, so all that’s left are decisions by the House and President Donald Trump.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) placed the legislation on the schedule for Tuesday. Legislative business is scheduled to begin at noon.
The legislation is S.J. Res. 34, a resolution invoking the Congressional Review Act in order to invalidate the Federal Communications Commission’s privacy rules and prevent the FCC from issuing similar regulations in the future.

The Senate vote was 50-48, with Republicans voting to kill the privacy rules and Democrats voting to preserve them.
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