Tell Congress to Leave the FCC's Broadband-Privacy Rules Alone
Congress wants to make it easier for companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon to violate your online privacy rights.
They're planning to use a sneaky process called the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to overturn rules the Federal Communications Commission passed last year that protect how your private information is shared with online advertisers and other companies.
The CRA wouldn’t just wipe out these hard-won privacy rules — it could also block the FCC from ever passing new ones.
Broadband monopolies want Congress to let them violate your online privacy and sell information like your web-browsing history to the highest bidder.
Stand up for your internet privacy: Tell your senators not to use the CRA.