Internet Privacy Rules for New Jersey

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Minnesota Senate voted 58-9 to pass Internet privacy protections in response to repeal of FCC privacy rules.  New Jersey citizens demand no less!  Please sign this petition to protect our privacy!

Below is the wording of the bill passed in Minnesota:

No telecommunications or internet service provider that has entered into a franchise agreement, right-of-way agreement, or other contract with the state of Minnesota or a political subdivision, or that uses facilities that are subject to such agreements, even if it is not a party to the agreement, may collect personal information from a customer resulting from the customer’s use of the telecommunications or internet service provider without express written approval from the customer. No such telecommunication or internet service provider shall refuse to provide its services to a customer on the grounds that the customer has not approved collection of the customer’s personal information.



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