Don't let Comcast and Fairpoint spy on us!

U.S. Congress

Republicans in the U.S. Senate just voted to allow Internet companies like Comcast and Verizon to collect and sell your personal browsing history, health data, even your social security number without your consent.

Every click, every Google search, every website you go to will be available on the free market to whoever's buying.  They might know more about you than your own family does.

The bill is scheduled to be voted on in the House THIS WEEK, and that's why we launched a petition calling on Congress to reject this terrifying invasion of privacy.

If this bill is signed, then cable companies will be allowed to:
  • Collect and sell your browsing history, geolocation data, and personal financial information to advertisers and data brokers on the free market.
  • Hijack your web searches to send you to websites that paid for promotion instead of what you were actually looking for.
  • Use your online behavior to build a profile of your personal health and financial status.
But since the bill passed the Senate, there's been a massive public backlash brewing--including among Trump voters, who care just as much about privacy as anyone. So if enough of us speak out, we can convince Republicans in the House of Representatives to vote no.

We can stop this, just like we stopped the repeal of Obamacare and Trump's Muslim ban.

Diane Russell is a former Maine state representative, speaker and Sanders delegate at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, and The Nation magazine's "2011 Most Valuable State Representative."
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Save internet privacy. Vote no on allowing cable companies like Comcast and Verizon sell our personal browsing histories, financial data, and health information on the open market.