The 215 Republicans Who Voted to Repeal Privacy Should Lead...By Revealing Their Data

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On March 28, 2017, S.J. RES. 34 was passed by 215 Republican members of Congress. This resolution repealed the FCC's rule "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services" which protected the electronic collection and disclosure of private financial and health data, Social Security numbers, web browsing history, emails, online chats, mobile app usage, exact geo-location, and children's information.

The 215 Congress Members and 50 Senators who voted to repeal these privacy protections -- and President Trump who strongly supports it -- were elected to represent and lead their nation. If there is no harm in the disclosure of this data then these elected representatives should lead the charge by immediately and publicly disclosing all private financial and health data, Social Security numbers, web browsing history, emails, online chats, mobile app usage, exact geo-location, and their children's information.

Congress Members, Senators, and President Trump, this is no time to lead from behind. If you feel this is what is best for Americans, then now is the time to lead by example. Don't wait. Do it today.



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