It’s already begun. Just days after Congress voted to kill Internet privacy, Verizon has announced plans to install spyware on every Android phone on their network .
Lawmakers who have taken hundreds of thousands of dollars from Big Cable companies  used a Congressional rule that gave them a small window to repeal the FCC privacy rules, which would have protected Internet users from some of the creepiest things their Internet service providers (ISPs) can do. But Congress just let ISPs like Verizon and Comcast in on:
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- Your health history
- Your financial status & how much money you make
- Where you go
- Your political and religious views
- What products you buy, and so much more
Apathy is no longer an option.
The time to start securing your most private information online is right now.
Congress voting to kill Internet privacy is bad– but there are still really meaningful things that you can do to increase your privacy, and if you’re not doing them, you’re leaving yourself completely vulnerable.
Through #GetSafe, we’ll walk you through some basic steps that will dramatically increase the safety of the personal information stored on your phone and computer. It’s quick, you don’t need to be tech savvy, and it’s more important now than ever before.
Visit https://www.letsgetsafe.org to start protecting yourself and your community today!
Laila at FFTF
P.S. We still have one last chance to save Internet privacy rights. Join us in telling President Trump to veto S.J. Res. 34!