ACTION: House to repeal online privacy protections

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2017-03-27 20:25:23
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Anne, internet companies want to sell your personal online data to the highest bidder--and Congress might let them! This vote is scheduled for committee today and for a full House vote on Tuesday--this is URGENT.

On March 23, Republican Senators voted" target="_blank">click.actionnetwork.org/mpss/c/2wA/ni0YAA/t.25z/OQx9Gp6TShWSej0YBkkkxA/h0/hmw-2BiWr6mXc1DHGFh-2BJUDLoUxvdMbHsHPvWqyFJe8AJWut-2Bm5jpWUcCxot7eWbf7KleCmLdl98yTzmA8IgFtvLbcnnHZc44JQ54C5oLWLjzqM2bD46czL3rd9oFyKR6R-2FQjcoM0Lk3t7QcMBlcfci3caqbAoFX4HvyEEeLmJxeFuBzECmxdKvjw3MzDY5V2Bt6jr3kiqPoGbULMNzlPN6KU-2BRnNOPr6Sa59Xi17IqC9IC67bJHAs1R6G-2BJkFue3aZkJE9B5-2FvqHGIa8cHBm6okerHMfmm0TvrCvz46mppQzzIov5YvX-2BJYhdBBZ8tQdKUTcm7-2FtU2XX42v2aGwJCvdg8MNfbaJc3Ns-2FuWiW1C69TTmYhBfbD1v4EQbq0PdvKvTFZdt1it2xJogM8qSOaNkqr7U76XDjAszph4Ausk-2BhEDXfNT8tX4O95v1vaI-2FAACaxDtcZ8m5fkNuH99SuFgIxN8hqxoDWEJeNXedtaSDUMx0i4jNDkYNFH4jlZDbb5">voted to overturn privacy rules implemented by the FCC in 2015 that protect your personal data online. These rules require internet service providers to get your permission before they sell your personal data.

Now this awful invasion of your privacy goes to the House for a vote.

If the House removes these rules, Comcast and other internet service providers will be free to sell your personal information and online behavior history to the highest bidder without your consent or knowledge.

Call your Representative in the House today and demand they leave these important privacy rules in place. Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872.

My name is Anne and I live in 48910 in Lansing. I'm calling to tell Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on S.J. Res. 34 or H.J.Res.86 which intends to repeal the FCCs privacy laws. Don't roll back internet privacy rules that protect our information! I want more online privacy protections from corporations and governments, not less. How will the Representative vote?
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Internet service providers collect a lot of data points about people--including location and website browsing history. This data can create an intimate portrait of a person, which in the wrong hands could be dangerous.

Your online history can easily identify your political beliefs, religious beliefs, sexual identity, health problems, and many other personal factors you might not want shared.

This data could be used to target people of color for surveillance and persecute people for their religious beliefs and sexual identities, which is a very real concern under the current administration.

Additionally, the method to repeal these rules--the Congressional Review Act (CRA)--could prevent the FCC from creating rules to protect your online privacy in the future.

This is the same way Republicans have rolled back environmental, health, and anti-corruption rules this year.

Call your Representative today and demand they leave these rules in place. Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872.

My name is Anne and I live in 48910 in Lansing. I'm calling to tell Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on S.J. Res. 34 or H.J.Res.86 which intends to repeal the FCCs privacy laws. Don't roll back internet privacy rules that protect our information! I want more online privacy protections from corporations and governments, not less. How will the Representative vote?
When" target="_blank">click.actionnetwork.org/mpss/c/2wA/ni0YAA/t.25z/OQx9Gp6TShWSej0YBkkkxA/h3/hmw-2BiWr6mXc1DHGFh-2BJUDLyJIR6P0z3dXCheFiG1HT7rp8hE5qGDxDcmyERaCA-2FvECIOVFWpRK9emDeoV5jhNTcK8txb5U33QSgxIoIBEc26gWtwJHLLsEPYlProFJtX-2BA2jbBuqGqj1JQvaHAGvAivU6KQANVdsV-2BT5i5ATsNilWtMKR-2F1TBis3XtAd06dx2qUS-2FtF4r-2BxYVRw1Vji7g4wVD1g9arzFunkSsMlRuNV-2FkKqtjok053M7shiQ1YD-2F2Bvyl4swPFPD-2Fr2HZL8Xxiro7AB60h9BTrkgiOxmXCxoZEY80klAmu2GcN9s-2BTIrzmixZdyypmoFbSlHWnab40MbKq5ttcOva9rwev2JXDVxQWrtlPjzYngPfeoXehXS1WJVNDtk0Vnqgex6Q-2Fvs3-2FeinnFWfmwazIzjcgIb9v7YTUdf3ye0mbYSvDrvmZYZkZCIqIQzZAQqn-2FsPUwzLn2U895xKNH0c1Zi7aydNm8I-3D">When you are finished with the call, please click here to report back information.

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Anne, internet companies want to sell your personal online data to the highest bidder--and Congress might let them! This vote is scheduled for committee today and for a full House vote on Tuesday--this is URGENT.

On March 23, Republican Senators voted"to overturn privacy rules implemented by the FCC in 2015 that protect your personal data online. These rules require internet service providers to get your permission before they sell your personal data.

Now this awful invasion of your privacy goes to the House for a vote.

If the House removes these rules, Comcast and other internet service providers will be free to sell your personal information and online behavior history to the highest bidder without your consent or knowledge.

Call your Representative in the House today and demand they leave these important privacy rules in place. Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872.

My name is Anne and I live in 48910 in Lansing. I'm calling to tell Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on S.J. Res. 34 or H.J.Res.86 which intends to repeal the FCCs privacy laws. Don't roll back internet privacy rules that protect our information! I want more online privacy protections from corporations and governments, not less. How will the Representative vote?
When"you are finished with the call, please click here to report back information.

Can't"call? Busy signal? Then, click here to send an email message to your Representative.

Internet service providers collect a lot of data points about people--including location and website browsing history. This data can create an intimate portrait of a person, which in the wrong hands could be dangerous.

Your online history can easily identify your political beliefs, religious beliefs, sexual identity, health problems, and many other personal factors you might not want shared.

This data could be used to target people of color for surveillance and persecute people for their religious beliefs and sexual identities, which is a very real concern under the current administration.

Additionally, the method to repeal these rules--the Congressional Review Act (CRA)--could prevent the FCC from creating rules to protect your online privacy in the future.

This is the same way Republicans have rolled back environmental, health, and anti-corruption rules this year.

Call your Representative today and demand they leave these rules in place. Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872.

My name is Anne and I live in 48910 in Lansing. I'm calling to tell Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on S.J. Res. 34 or H.J.Res.86 which intends to repeal the FCCs privacy laws. Don't roll back internet privacy rules that protect our information! I want more online privacy protections from corporations and governments, not less. How will the Representative vote?
When"you are finished with the call, please click here to report back information.

Can't"call? Busy signal? Then, click here to send an email message to your Representative.

Keep fighting,
Rachel Colyer, Daily Kos



Daily Kos, PO Box 70036, Oakland, CA, 94612.

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