If you are one of the millions of people that own a Wi-Fi router a newly proposed bill in Congress could make your life a little more difficult.
Republicans have introduced two bills that would require Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and operators of Wi-Fi access points keep records about users for two years.
The bill in the Senate is S.436. In the House it is H.R.1076.
Read the story about the "Internet Safety Act" from CNN.
What would this mean to you? If you own a wireless router and the bill passes, you would have to keep a record of all users that have accessed your Wi-Fi network. You would also have to keep those records for two years.
This would also impact your cell phone if you have it enabled to act as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
I'd like to hear what you think about the proposed legislation.