Don't Allow 24/7 Internet Recordings
  • Petitioned H.R. 1981

This petition was delivered to:

Senator Lamar Smith
H.R. 1981
Illinois Governor
President of the United States
Illinois State Senate
Illinois State House
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives

Don't Allow 24/7 Internet Recordings

    1. Holly  Garner
    2. Petition by

      Holly Garner

      Taylorville, IL

Senator Lamar Smith, lead sponsor of the currently dead SOPA bill you’ve heard so much about, has another bill in the works that uses Child Pornography as a screen to push through an amendment that’ll have your internet service provider tracking all of your financial dealings online. Each time you use a credit card, each time you read your bank statement, all of your IP information and your search history will be required by your ISP to be stored for 18 months at all times. This bill is H.R. 1981 and will have more dire consequences than SOPA or PIPA ever had the potential to have.

Recent signatures


    1. Don't forget!!!

      Holly  Garner
      Petition Organizer

      Signing the petition is only the first step to solving this problem. Only with your help can this get enough publicity to make an effect. Tell your friends on facebook, send your old college roommate a link. Without you, the people, this is worthless. With your help we can take the internet back!

    2. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Jordan Harris PORTLAND, OR
      • over 2 years ago

      Here goes the government again...

      Passing Intelligence gathering with the false promise of doing good... Maybe we should all start using Tor... as a statement against the government...

    • Kelly Cornilliac IRVINE, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Because our personal freedoms are being whittled away, bit by bit. We already have the Patriot Act and the NDAA revision... We don't need this SOPA clone make things even worse!

    • Shelby Jankowski CANTON, MI
      • over 2 years ago

      I don't want the Government to look at MY personal stuff! they should mind they're OWN stuff.and think about it,what if someone takes our info and/or recording and takes our info and uses it?

    • Anthony Armstrong DETROIT, MI
      • over 2 years ago

      This bill is sick.

      Using the very real horror and tragedy associated with what it 'claims' to counteract just because they are whining because SOPA didn't pass is sick.

      The more and more I pay attention, the more I realize the entire government is sick.

    • C M CARMI, IL
      • over 2 years ago

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