Don’t Allow Internet Providers to Sell Your Browsing History to Advertisers

Target: Paul Ryan, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives

Goal: Stop the anti-internet privacy bill from being finalized.

The Senate just approved a bill that would allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to sell people’s most private data to big companies and advertisers. It passed the Senate by only two votes and is now on its way to the U.S. House. If it passes the U.S. House, the bill would allow these companies to make money off of human beings through profiling and intrusive spying.

This is not only a violation of privacy and fair use laws, but it is extremely dangerous. These companies will make identity theft easier than ever. Identity theft is already a major problem in this day and age, and it is one of the harder crimes to prove, making it almost impossible for victims to seek justice. This is the new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under Donald Trump, a corporation that values a profit over the safety and the rights of humans.

We cannot allow our privacy and safety to crumble under the greed and thoughtlessness of the Trump administration. Too much is at stake, and this is our last chance to save the internet. Sign this petition to help halt this bill’s victory immediately.


Dear House Speaker Ryan,

The new FCC’s anti-privacy bill is too close to victory as the Senate just voted its approval; the bill passed by two votes. This bill will not only demolish net neutrality but will allow ISPs to collect the data of its users, build a profile and sell it to advertisers.

If the U.S. house echoes this vote, we stand to lose everything, not just our privacy and the right to use the internet as we please, but out safety. Identity theft will be made easier than ever. This is an extremely dangerous prospect.

The new FCC has proven they care more about making a profit than the safety of human beings, just like the Trump administration on the whole. Please reject this anti-privacy bill and protect people’s rights. Do not let human beings be sold as data to big, faceless corporations.


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  1. I cannot express how horrified I am about this anti-internet-privacy bill.
    It is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS, as the petitioner has said.

  2. Gen Lovyet Agustsson says:

    i knew usa wasnt safe now and then.


  4. Erika Towell says:

    This keeps getting worse and worse.

  5. Kathryn Irby says:

    On a personal note, I was scammed on Facebook less than two weeks ago!!! As a result, I have been taking steps toward obtaining all my rights to privacy!!! Trump’s “brilliant” idea of enabling all the thugs/con artists/and overall SCUM to meddle in the business of others would only cancel all of those efforts that I’d made toward protecting my own privacy, as well as everyone else rights to THEIR privacy!!! This is absolutely unacceptable!!! Furthermore, the wanna-be Dictator Trump MUST BE IMPEACHED, AND NOT ONE SPLIT-SECOND TOO SOON EITHER!!!

  6. Leah Crowell says:

    Am I Donald Trump mental or is the even more shocking issue with the fact that they want to tone down online security. Does anyone understand how the gop, the less government party, is making more government? I think I won’t make comments anymore, all I want to do is rant, I can’t understand what happened to democracy. Did we ever have it?

  7. Well I am not from US but you think Donald Trump caused this? If you agree or not, the privacy is the only thing we still own. I wouldn’t sell my privacy for no matter the price.

    Hopefully, the new technology is coming (Ethereum) where nobody will own the private information about you as everything will be decentralized. Pray for that haha.

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