URGENT: If the House passes this today, you can kiss online privacy goodbye.

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2017-03-28 15:22:38
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Anne, House Republicans are voting on a bill TODAY that will remove your online privacy protections. These protections stop Internet Service Providers from selling your online history. Without these rules, ISPs will be free to sell your online behavior to the highest bidder.

Do you want your search history for sale? Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872. Demand they oppose stripping online privacy protections. Leave the message below.
Hello, I'm Anne calling from Lansing in 48910 to urge Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on joint resolution S.J. Res. 34, which would repeal the FCCs online privacy protections, and strip them of future power to protect privacy online. I do not want ISPs, corporations,or governments sharing my online history. This is an invasion of privacy of epic proportions. Where does Representative Mike Bishop stand on this issue?
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This horrible bill was already passed by Senate" target="_blank">click.actionnetwork.org/mpss/c/2QA/ni0YAA/t.260/YvlO5BkwRySPeOCLTNlPdQ/h2/hmw-2BiWr6mXc1DHGFh-2BJUDLoUxvdMbHsHPvWqyFJe8AJWut-2Bm5jpWUcCxot7eWbf7KleCmLdl98yTzmA8IgFtvLbcnnHZc44JQ54C5oLWLjzqM2bD46czL3rd9oFyKR6R-2FQjcoM0Lk3t7QcMBlcfci3caqbAoFX4HvyEEeLmJxeFuBzECmxdKvjw3MzDY5V2BWoAOnos2qDPqrzNLpVQRfwzDzpk8avGFew2nmh3p2xwHt9BXyAMSGb453J-2B91G2sWxs-2BH05cLtDmFAnOwlgJp8bm0TnO-2BAMZE-2BplUU52z8JuhJVEa1s3GIFjexwBmAlu3NfbwT8Wc7fHW159Bc9jmzZ3ZpboaKq1rMv8DCvT8UVooDpuefkEDxU6LxqDPor4UMSX3APQRYOORCJKC5Y0KBhthYk0jhmKj45xAtpyJ76t9bK9-2BHCKOudUgRycjd0E797TDeEhjYz1o1rZNnc1YeS9zMtHKRiP-2B05wle3P8iRW0gULMwOlPT6yb9AUxDVu4TTy-2BpnMFxVrGuaa5j-2BwCd1XLWk1HNNZpaZp5cBIwdV-2BXxLWeekxDjFeLBxTgGT12WlV6R8Nss-2BaKrlQDA5yqBxGiQC4Lo70mHy4nhQFuaQ-3D">Senate Republicans--meaning this can quickly become our reality, if it passes the House" target="_blank">click.actionnetwork.org/mpss/c/2QA/ni0YAA/t.260/YvlO5BkwRySPeOCLTNlPdQ/h3/zR1J7iRW-2BzS6i1Q9SLTfweDE-2BbgldW-2BANtuAug6jAsT-2BEEy6-2FEgexH-2FFMgiZO0r-2B4nxAsqfk7voYxgXvx6SqXtob7aq5em9jM-2BWyYudYIn84gOIgdgfBXC95ToHdlGPcwWKUgywR-2BD-2B0J0YXOAvDF6rNeQmr-2B7rqiikQpU18LMBIEZgGUy34M1yjq1xwICl7QUreFJFM-2BbvnF869HZeKwgv1BBE3quz9uDDSB3yOb3mNg4LW138ioBSF4fuIhxEPtzOuiV-2FlUFknO-2BewB-2FCinrKEi3915xyLIvsTYthXeksgg4AFx5NhgrAWVhfn1q62nz1Gx-2FmdOxoUYVe4CFDiwhjPpGyDOBUJ4f-2BOPx9Ub1G7hwf-2BdZl2ODb6CbwSzKlSfTmyrpYL3qF643bLMBD-2BygCN2vDD5O0Y7atYZyk6r-2FdR4md1O47P9J281PlZhurkpiPlfWonF1J6qXbj09dKsVBjHLqEJpsXDSwudHXLy7gqGdHtxe6IE9Zks0wWls3Y4OT6ZKu0PywPwkXOEWiAaxTKr93LEIa-2FppS8YzmRgc-2Ff3MnHJLH1RC63s7g0YUT1K5bEl-2FuX1u4tMONNu-2FJYn4C3-2FJECWwrqxQRg59QPHGh4q07gBcISXpFPgAfzd8D7">House today. (If you want counter-points for Republican talking points, read" target="_blank">www.pressherald.com/2017/03/24/maine-internet-providers-blast-senate-vote-to-strip-customers-privacy-protection">read this art icle.)

ISPs collect all of your internet activity--browser history, search queries, and location data (including on your phone). ISPs have a complete history of your online persona----which is a lot more than any single online advertiser or platform.

With this complete information, ISPs could create a profile of you that could be up for sale to any corporation or government, including things like:
  • Medical conditions from search
  • Sexual preferences from pornography
  • Gender identity
  • Financial overview
  • Political alignment
  • Religious beliefs
We know they collect this information. If" target="_blank">click.actionnetwork.org/mpss/c/2QA/ni0YAA/t.260/YvlO5BkwRySPeOCLTNlPdQ/h4/aH5VNCcCRIie-2BvchMEHyPXvX1DsEh91e431oquX7-2BqptOKOqm6BZOfHzi7Z5W58mejzWF8JqvIYh5cd2L9heEcormoU2g3Ax-2BOJxN0B9UD0ZKe6zWoTN9fRH1x5S1izIq993SwIcEtxY3-2BQ2DCKyQfdtghQ1ty8btblKPgO4Q-2BDzJugKllMbG0qPfV1EgDTiAErjxnfMscIr4M2hzMrl59c-2FI6rhbVFgFuC-2FkX-2FtQweoaZ-2FpvOlJtRKnaMlEn3E9-2Fyw-2BdYTJLRnhni3oaixuu-2FTOn4-2FCh2Tg2ur-2FLcfR7swbHscBiQKEwIXrR4Vwo74ju99ky6BTAcpsoJ1KZ4owVPyqjte0CPBwWFFP3fkcorDBT6vnahhGRTdT0v72mHBqUqdDLg4SBJX5CZYkx-2BeXTqg7iFUbV40bDPFuW4l6n9mECPolI-2BD5WC0bq4QVKBZKuNDGV0dlrJSRe-2FKHMk9-2F6N9mcgqcPM5Kfo-2FQUpMc-2B63bGaBwo0-2BWgOJRMATXIYDVy9Hl1CU8EPvCCeO-2BnAkDKKqRKmy0s62LfWUpJQ-2B8OcM-3D">If passed, they will legally be allowed to use it, sell it, and share it as they see fit. This could lead to increased surveillance and discrimination based on a person's race, religion, gender identity, financial situation, or medical conditions.

Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872. Demand they oppose stripping online privacy protections. Leave the message below.
Hello, I'm Anne calling from Lansing in 48910 to urge Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on joint resolution S.J. Res. 34, which would repeal the FCCs online privacy protections, and strip them of future power to protect privacy online. I do not want ISPs, corporations,or governments sharing my online history. This is an invasion of privacy of epic proportions. Where does Representative Mike Bishop stand on this issue?
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Anne, House Republicans are voting on a bill TODAY that will remove your online privacy protections. These protections stop Internet Service Providers from selling your online history. Without these rules, ISPs will be free to sell your online behavior to the highest bidder.

Do you want your search history for sale? Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872. Demand they oppose stripping online privacy protections. Leave the message below.
Hello, I'm Anne calling from Lansing in 48910 to urge Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on joint resolution S.J. Res. 34, which would repeal the FCCs online privacy protections, and strip them of future power to protect privacy online. I do not want ISPs, corporations,or governments sharing my online history. This is an invasion of privacy of epic proportions. Where does Representative Mike Bishop stand on this issue?
After"the call, click here to report how it went and the response you received.

Can't"call? Busy signal? Sign and send a petition to your Representative.

This horrible bill was already passed by Senate"Republicans--meaning this can quickly become our reality, if it passes the House"today. (If you want counter-points for Republican talking points, read this art icle.)

ISPs collect all of your internet activity--browser history, search queries, and location data (including on your phone). ISPs have a complete history of your online persona----which is a lot more than any single online advertiser or platform.

With this complete information, ISPs could create a profile of you that could be up for sale to any corporation or government, including things like:
  • Medical conditions from search
  • Sexual preferences from pornography
  • Gender identity
  • Financial overview
  • Political alignment
  • Religious beliefs
We know they collect this information. If"passed, they will legally be allowed to use it, sell it, and share it as they see fit. This could lead to increased surveillance and discrimination based on a person's race, religion, gender identity, financial situation, or medical conditions.

Call Representative Mike Bishop at (202) 225-4872. Demand they oppose stripping online privacy protections. Leave the message below.
Hello, I'm Anne calling from Lansing in 48910 to urge Representative Mike Bishop to vote "NO" on joint resolution S.J. Res. 34, which would repeal the FCCs online privacy protections, and strip them of future power to protect privacy online. I do not want ISPs, corporations,or governments sharing my online history. This is an invasion of privacy of epic proportions. Where does Representative Mike Bishop stand on this issue?
After"the call, click here to report how it went and the response you received.

Can't"call? Busy signal? Sign and send a petition to your Representative.

Keep fighting,
Rachel Colyer, Daily Kos



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

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