Protection of your Internet history is up in the air thanks to new, pending legislation.
A new bill coming before Senate aims to completely dismantle the FCC’s ability to enact data security or online privacy protections for consumers under the powers of the Congressional Review Act.
Senate Joint Resolution (S.J.Res 34) was introduced by Arizona Senator Jeff Flake and cosponsored by 23 other Senators.
Its goal is to remove all the hard-earned net neutrality regulations gained to protect your internet history from advertisers and and worse.
Specifically, the FCC had been able to prevent internet service providers (ISPs) from spying on your internet history, and selling what they gathered, without express permission.
This legal protection on your internet history is currently under attack thanks to these 24 Senators and lots of ISP lobbying spend.
While S.J.Res 34 has support from two dozen Republican Senators, Senators willing to champion the privacy of Americans’ internet history have also come out of the woodwork.
If the Senators get what they are being lobbied for there is a good reasonably priced solution for citizens here.
So why do you need the above solution?
Here is you right this moment, exposed and transparent to everywhere you go on the net.
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Most of the guys have a PhD and been working in CERN. In case you didn’t know, CERN developed modern Internet as we see today.
So, I guess I am confident in saying they know what they are doing.
Might give this free Encrypted EMail Service a try or least register your email address.