After voting in favor of repealing Obama administration FCC guidelines protecting consumer privacy on the internet, all that’s left to kill your online privacy for good is President Trump signing it into law. Spoiler alert: he’s expected to do just that. Since grassroots political action is a powerful tool, it’s important to know who allowed such a detrimental repeal to happen in the first place. There are 34 seats up for grab in the Senate and 434 in the House of Representatives. Use this information wisely. First up, the Senate, which passed the resolution last week. The vote occurred along party…

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