Require Senators to release their internet browsing history
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In 2016 the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) approved regulations that required Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to get consumer consent in order to sell your private browsing data and information.
On March 23rd, the Senate voted to sell your privacy without your consent. The vote went along party lines, 50 - 48, to eliminate FCC privacy rules requiring ISPs to get your consent before selling or sharing browsing data and private information. This bill would allow your personal information to be sold to advertisers and other companies. Additionally, the Senate used its power under the Congressional Review Act to keep the FCC from issuing similar rules going forward.
If this bill becomes law, it will allow your internet provider to turn your privacy into a commodity. This information could be used to track your personal habits, health, opinions, sexual preferences, and so much more. This is a dangerous bill that could have countless terrible consequences.
If the Senators that voted for this bill truly don’t feel this is a serious violation of privacy, then they need to back it up. Are they willing to release their full internet browsing history for the public to see?
Senators who voted for the passage of this bill that need to show the American people their browser history:
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