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Protect Internet Privacy in Oregon

Legislation recently passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump, rolls back consumer privacy protections and allows internet service providers to sell our sensitive browsing history without consumer consent. But Oregon has a chance to correct this mistake.

Internet service providers collect data on every website you visit, the times you log into and out of your online accounts, and even your location. This can paint an intimate picture of your religious practices, sexual activities, or health problems. This information should not be for sale.

We already pay a hefty price for high-speed internet. Tell your Oregon legislators to stand up to the big business interests that seek to profit off our sensitive information by amending and passing HB 2813 to increase consumer privacy protections.

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Due to the recent federal roll-back of internet privacy protections, companies are now allowed to sell sensitive browsing information without consumer consent. But Oregon can fix this grievous mistake by amending and passing HB 2813.

The information that internet service providers (ISPs) collect -- the websites we visit, how long we stay there, location information, time of day -- can reveal intimate details about our lives including our religious practices, our medical issues, and our sexual preferences. This information should not be used, shared, or sold without our express permission.
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For most people, using the internet is a necessity and not a luxury. We need the internet for work, school, to check our bank balance, or order medication. We should not have to choose between privacy and fulfilling our basic needs. In addition, most of us have little choice in which internet service provider (ISP) we use, especially rural Oregonians.

Please support this commonsense consumer privacy protection by amending and passing HB 2813.
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