With the recent vote by the US Congress to relax internet privacy regulations(see here), I'm wondering if there is anything I can do to prevent data gathering by my ISP. From the article I linked, there were rules preventing ISPs from gathering and sharing
"'precise geo-location, financial information, health information, children’s information, social security numbers, web browsing history, app usage history and the content of communications' ...[and] less sensitive information, like an email address."
Since all of my traffic dealing with sensitive info, e.g. health info, SSNs, etc., is done over HTTPS, I don't think they would be able to see that data. I'm aware of the possibility of them guessing content from side-channel information, but what I've read has made it seem like protecting against that is not currently feasible. So, ideally, I'd like to be able to prevent them from gathering browsing history, DNS request, geo-location, and communication data.
My initial thought was that it wasn't possible, but I would love to be wrong.