Stop S.J. Res. 34, the CRA resolution to kill the #FCC’s #BroadbandPrivacy rules.

Via the Electronic Frontier Foundation:
Take ActionCall your Congressmember now to save online privacy!

Please note that calling your representative is the most effective way to stop S.J. Res. 34, the CRA resolution to kill the FCC’s #BroadbandPrivacy rules!

“Back in October of 2016, the Federal Communications Commission passed some pretty awesome rules that would bar your Internet provider from invading your privacy. The rules would keep Internet providers like Comcast and Time Warner Cable from doing things like selling your personal information to marketers, inserting undetectable tracking headers into your traffic, or recording your browsing history to build up a behavioral advertising profile on you—unless they got your permission first. The rules were a huge victory for U.S. Internet users who value their privacy.

But last Thursday, Republicans in the Senate voted to repeal those rules. If the House of Representatives votes the same way and the rules are repealed, it’s pretty obvious that the results for Americans’ privacy will be disastrous.,” Five Ways Cybersecurity Will Suffer If Congress Repeals the FCC Privacy Rules | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Reddit identified these districts as the ones to target (Congress is trying to repeal online privacy rules, and we’re trying to stop them–but we need your help today! AMA!):

  • AL-02 – Martha Roby
  • AR-02 – French Hill
  • AZ-02 – Martha McSally
  • CA-10 – Jeff Denham
  • CA-21 – David Valadao
  • CA-25 – Steve Knight
  • CA-39 – Ed Royce
  • CA-45 – Mimi Walters
  • CA-48 – Dana Rohrabacher
  • CA-49 – Darrell Issa
  • CO-03 – Scott Tipton
  • CO-06 – Mike Coffman
  • FL-18 – Brian Mast
  • FL-25 – Mario Diaz-Balart
  • FL-26 – Carlos Curbelo
  • FL-27 – Illeana Ros-Lehtinen
  • GA-06 – Tom Price
  • IA-01 – Rod Blum
  • IA-03 – David Young
  • IL-06 – Peter Roskam
  • IL-13 – Rodney Davis
  • IL-14 – Randy Hultgren
  • KS-02 – Lynn Jenkins
  • KS-03 – Kevin Yoder
  • KY-06 – Andy Barr
  • ME-02 – Bruce Poliquin
  • MI-07 – Tim Walberg
  • MI-08 – Mike Bishop
  • MI-11 – Dave Trott
  • MN-02 – Jason Lewis
  • MN-03 – Erik Paulsen
  • NC-08 – Richard Hudson
  • NC-09 – Robert Pittenger
  • NC-13 – Ted Budd
  • NE-02 – Don Bacon
  • NJ-02 – Frank LoBiondo
  • NJ-03 – Tom MacArthur
  • NJ-07 – Leonard Lance
  • NJ-11 – Rodney Frelinghuysen
  • NY-01 – Lee Zeldin
  • NY-11 – Dan Donovan
  • NY-19 – John Faso
  • NY-22 – Claudia Tenney
  • NY-24 – John Katko
  • NY-27 – Chris Collins
  • OH-01 – Steve Chabot
  • OH-07 – Bob Gibbs
  • PA-06 – Ryan Costello
  • PA-07 – Pat Meehan
  • PA-08 – Brian Fitzpatrick
  • PA-16 – Lloyd Smucker
  • TX-07 – John Culberson
  • TX-23 – Will Hurd
  • TX-32 – Pete Sessions
  • VA-02 – Scott Taylor
  • VA-10 – Barbara Comstock
  • WA-03 – Jaime Herrera Beutler
  • WA-08 – David Reichert
  • WV-02 – Alex Mooney
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