Facing pressure from lobbyists and private interests, the Senate is trying to overturn FCC rules that prevent companies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon from selling your data without your permission. Senators could vote early this week to roll back your online privacy rights.
Can you make a call today? Tell senators to protect your online privacy by keeping FCC rules intact.
For years, internet service providers have been trying to find ways to collect, use, and sell the sensitive data they collect from you – every website you visit, the times you log into and out of your online accounts, and even your location. They sell it to advertisers, big-data brokers, and even government and law enforcement agencies. - via ACLU