- All Elected Representatives of Florida
- United States of America
The S.J. Resolution 34 would permit any legal entity to purchase the web browser history of citizens from internet service providers. The American Citizens value their privacy and find it incredibly unconstitutional that their government would find it ethical/legal for anyone to purchase their internet activity. What a United States citizen does online, on their own time, is no business of the government, or anyone willing to pay a premium.
Furthermore, We all have all used the internet to determine if we or our loved ones should receive medical attention depending on the symptoms they may be exhibiting; and we find it highly unethical that anyone should be able to access our medical questions. We believe that if this bill is passed, there will be serious conflicts with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (aka HIPAA), which guarantees individuals confidentiality in regards to their health care.
The CRA's resolution is UN-American. We Americans find privacy one of the cornerstones of our great nation and we would be incredibly disappointed (especially during the election cycle) if this bill is approved in the house.
We, the undersigned, call on our elected officials, to voice our beliefs and vote to
abolish the CRA's resolution to terminate the FCC's privacy rules. We believe that our privacy is indispensable, and urge ALL United States elected officials to abolish the resolution.
The Abolish CRA resolution petition to All Elected Representatives of Florida was written by Salem ghergab and is in the category Internet at GoPetition.