The paint looks good, they blended it back towards the rear of the bus. If you don't look too closely, all the doors appear to be the same color now.
With all of the racket in the news over the repeal of the ACA and Russia-gate, the Senate's recent actions regarding internet privacy have not been sufficiently reported. The gist of the legislation is this:
The move means Verizon, Comcast or AT&T can continue tracking and sharing people’s browsing and app activity without permission, and it alarmed consumer advocates and Democratic lawmakers. They warned that broadband providers have the widest look into Americans’ online habits, and that without the rules, the companies would have more power to collect data on people and sell sensitive information.
“These were the strongest online privacy rules to date, and this vote is a huge step backwards in consumer protection writ large,” said Dallas Harris, a policy fellow for the consumer group Public Knowledge. “The rules asked that when things were sensitive, an internet service provider asked permission first before collecting. That’s not a lot to ask.”The full article can be read here. We're considering signing up for a VPN service, which provides protection against this. I also think we are done with patient portals for the various doctors' offices. There is no telling how good their security is.
Since every post needs a picture, here's another attractive church in Tucson.