Republicans Repeal Online Privacy Protection

Congressional Republicans voted to repeal a regulation that prohibits Internet Service Providers from selling your personal online information (browsing history, social security number, emails, etc.) at the behest of Comcast, Verizon, & AT&T. In a brazen act of corruption—which can only be explained by the millions in campaign contributions given to Republicans by the telecommunications industry.

Republicans have shown that they have no interest in representing anyone but their donors. However, they aren’t going to get away with this, because Americans are vowing to fight back by buying off and publishing the private information of Republicans that voted in favor of this measure.

The 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost to buy them

Republicans in Congress just voted to reverse a landmark FCC privacy rule that opens the door for ISPs to sell customer data. Lawmakers provided no credible reason for this being in the interest of…

To Serve AT&T and Comcast, Congressional GOP Votes to Destroy Online Privacy

Clarifying events in politics are often healthy even when they produce awful outcomes. Such is the case with yesterday’s vote by House Republicans to free internet service providers (ISPs) – primarily AT&T, Comcast and Verizon – from the Obama-era FCC regulations barring them from storing and selling their users’ browsing histories without their consent.

‘Cards Against Humanity’ Creator Vows To Buy And Publish Congress’s Internet History

‘Cards Against Humanity’ Creator Vows To Buy And Publish Congress’s Internet History Many Americans are understandably upset that state representatives voted against net neutrality, effectively allowing Internet Service Providers (like Time Warner Cable, Comcast, etc.) to sell our private data off to whichever company wants to buy it.