Californians demanded broadband privacy.

In 2016 the Federal Communications Commission passed landmark privacy rules that would have prevented Broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from sharing our sensitive data without our permission. In 2017 Congress voted to repeal those rules.

California Assemblymember Ed Chau introduced AB 375 to restore those rules. The bill survived two policy committees but died on the Senate Floor without a vote. Californians will continue to demand broadband internet privacy.


ISPs know everything we do online. AB 375 makes them ask us first before sharing or using our data.

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