• May 26, 2020
  • Caleb Chen
  • General Privacy News, Governments, Surveillance,

House to vote on whether the FBI can access internet history without a warrant: Act now to Save Internet Privacy

Internet privacy is on the line as Congress votes this week on whether or not the FBI will be able to access the internet history of Americans without a warrant. The House of Representatives is likely planning to vote on H.R. 6172, the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act of 2020, tomorrow May 27th, 2020. As is, … Continue reading “House to vote on whether the FBI can access internet history without a warrant: Act now to Save Internet Privacy”

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Join the Epic Livestream to Save Net Neutrality

About one year ago, ISP’s like Comcast, Verizon & AT&T killed net neutrality, giving themselves control over everything we see and do online. Millions of citizens fought back, demanding that Congress bring back net neutrality, prompting the House of Representatives to pass the Save The Internet Act. However, Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, who … Continue reading “Join the Epic Livestream to Save Net Neutrality”

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On July 12th, the internet is planning a day of action to save net neutrality, just like the SOPA blackout and Internet Slowdown

On July 12th, Private Internet Access will join other technology companies in a day of action to save┬ánet neutrality. Companies supporting the Battle for the Net day of action include Github, Mozilla, Kickstarter, Etsy, Amazon, Vimeo, BitTorrent, and many more. July 12th was chosen because it is days before the end of the first FCC … Continue reading “On July 12th, the internet is planning a day of action to save net neutrality, just like the SOPA blackout and Internet Slowdown”

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