Bring Online Privacy to NJ — Call Your Three State Reps!

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Contact your NJ state senator and assemblymembers–ask them to introduce legislation requiring internet service providers (ISP) in New Jersey to obtain your consent before selling or sharing your online data (such as your browsing history and location).

A state senator in Minnesota has recently introduced such a requirement, requiring ISPs that operate in Minnesota to obtain a customer’s approval before collecting online data, and prohibiting ISPs from refusing services to customers who choose not to allow the collection of their online data. Let’s do the same here in New Jersey!

Call your state legislators — you have three, 1 senator and 2 assembly members. Tell them why you want to protect your online privacy. Then ask them to introduce legislation here in New Jersey.