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BREAKING: Senate Votes to Gut Broadband Privacy Rules

23 March 2017 - 11:46am
Fight for the Future

Today, the U.S. Senate voted to use the Congressional Review Act to gut the FCC’s broadband privacy rules that prevent Internet Service Providers like COmcast and Verizon from selling their customer’s personal information to advertisers without permission.

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

ACLU Comment on Senate Vote to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data

23 March 2017 - 11:44am
ACLU

The Senate voted today to pass a resolution that would overturn a Federal Communications Commission rule that requires internet service providers to get customers’ permission before they sell sensitive consumer data, such as browsing history.

Passage of the resolution by Congress could prevent the FCC from issuing rules that are substantially the same in the future.  ACLU Legislative Counsel Neema Singh Guliani issued the following statement: 

Approval of Disastrous Keystone XL Pipeline Imminent

23 March 2017 - 11:42am
Center for Biological Diversity

In a reversal of yet another Obama administration environmental action, reports surfaced today that the Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline by Monday. The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline.

Approval of Disastrous Keystone XL Pipeline Imminent

23 March 2017 - 11:42am
Center for Biological Diversity

In a reversal of yet another Obama administration environmental action, reports surfaced today that the Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline by Monday. The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline.

Approval of Disastrous Keystone XL Pipeline Imminent

23 March 2017 - 11:42am
Center for Biological Diversity

In a reversal of yet another Obama administration environmental action, reports surfaced today that the Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline by Monday. The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline.

Approval of Disastrous Keystone XL Pipeline Imminent

23 March 2017 - 11:42am
Center for Biological Diversity

In a reversal of yet another Obama administration environmental action, reports surfaced today that the Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline by Monday. The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline.

Approval of Disastrous Keystone XL Pipeline Imminent

23 March 2017 - 11:42am
Center for Biological Diversity

In a reversal of yet another Obama administration environmental action, reports surfaced today that the Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline by Monday. The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline.

Approval of Disastrous Keystone XL Pipeline Imminent

23 March 2017 - 11:42am
Center for Biological Diversity

In a reversal of yet another Obama administration environmental action, reports surfaced today that the Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline by Monday. The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline.

Approval of Disastrous Keystone XL Pipeline Imminent

23 March 2017 - 11:42am
Center for Biological Diversity

In a reversal of yet another Obama administration environmental action, reports surfaced today that the Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline by Monday. The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline.

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