New Jersey lawmakers are considering legislation that would prevent your internet service provider from sharing your personal information without first getting your written permission.
Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker says it’s a significant issue.
“Not only is our data being sold and used and they’re targeting us for advertisements. But our personal information is used for identity theft so this is a really big thing. This is about our banking. This is about our personal privacy.”
Zwicker says some internet service providers oppose his bill.