Top Three in Thirty: May 28, 2018

Vermont just became the first state to pass a law regulating data brokers (aka the companies who take your personal info and supply it to everyone from advertising to credit companies). The law requires brokers to report security breaches and eliminate credit freeze fees. 

Music streaming company Pandora just launched a new Family Plan where users can have up to 6 unique accounts for $15 month. The company hopes this will help them better compete against Apple Music and Spotify (but can you really compete with Spotify?!). 

Facebook and Twitter have rolled out new rules in anticipation of the upcoming elections. All political ads must now be labeled Paid for By. Users can also click on the links to learn more such as campaign budget and reach.