Your Secrets Are Safe With Us
You may want to stop Googling and just look things up at the library.
On a party line vote yesterday, House Republicans voted to repeal online privacy rules.
Translation: if the bill is signed into law, big telecom companies (think Comcast, Verizon and AT&T) will be able to spy on your web activity and sell your personal data.
Yay, more freedom!
How to help keep your Google searches to yourself
Learn more about what this really means. (Be forewarned: ignorance was bliss.)
Follow #BroadbandPrivacy on Twitter for updates.
Use this petition form to tell the Trump Administration to veto the bill and save internet privacy.
Connect with and support the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Free Press, and Fight for the Future. They're all fighting the good fight.
Donate to a hilarious crowdfunding campaign that wants to buy the internet history of the members of Congress who voted to kill internet privacy.