No on H.J. Res 86. Don’t sell my Internet privacy! (2 of 2 today)

H.J. Res 86 allows Internet service providers (ISPs) to share and sell your browsing history without your permission, including geolocation, financial, health, and children’s information. The Senate has already passed a bill to do this. If the House passes it too, it will strip you of your online privacy and prevent the FCC from reinstating similar regulations in the future.

Call Congresswoman Julia Brownley: DC (202) 225-5811, Oxnard (805) 379-1779, T.O. (805) 379-1779

Script: I’m calling from [zip] to ask that Representative [Carbajal/Brownley] vote “NO” on H.J. Res 86. I don’t give my consent to Congress to eliminate my right to internet privacy.

More Info:Senate votes to block internet privacy regulations regulations

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