Let’s Get One Step Closer to Online Privacy in New Jersey!

Two New Jersey lawmakers say they will introduce online privacy legislation. Express your support and urge them to introduce a bill!

Call the state Senate majority leader

(201) 928-0100 Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37)

Last month, SJ Res 34 passed in Congress and repealed an FCC protection that required internet service providers (ISPs) to obtain a customer’s consent before selling or sharing their private online data, such as their geolocation, health information, and internet browsing history.  On March 31st, STAND CNJ issued a call-to-action, urging New Jersey state legislators to introduce a bill that would make up for loss of FCC online privacy protections. The next day, state Senator Loretta Weinberg announced that she would introduce such a bill! STAND CNJ responded with a second call-to-action to express support for an online privacy bill from Sen. Weinberg. Several days later, Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-15) wrote to a constituent that he is also planning to introduce an online privacy bill!

Our voices are being heard!  Now we need to see a bill introduced in the legislature.