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Recode’s Tony Romm talks with Kara Swisher and Lauren Goode about how digital privacy rules and net neutrality are changing under the Trump administration. Reporter Romm notes that the FCC privacy rules that were made under President Obama and recently overturned by Republicans in Congress hadn’t yet gone into effect, meaning that “nothing has changed and everything has changed,” depending on your point of view. Romm also discusses why new FCC chairman Ajit Pai is opposed to net neutrality, and how changes to telecom regulations might affect consumers.