To Rep. Marsha Blackburn and Congress

by David Tuesday, March 28, 2017 2:46 PM

Rep. Marsha Blackburn introduced a bill to allow ISP’s to track and sell every customers browsing information, no matter how personal it may be.  The bill also allows ISP’s to not track this information, but sell it for profit to whoever they wish, and not let you know they are doing it, or selling it, and do not need to even give you a way to find out or stop it.

Well Rep. Marsha Blackburn and those other folks in Congress, since these companies have bought you, and since you obviously work for them, then I have decided that I have the right to sell your personal and private information, without letting you know, or allowing you stop it.

However, I’ve decided I don’t really need to money that bad, so I’m going to give the information away, all of it, about all of you, as well as your families, relatives and anybody else even remotely connected to you.

Porn, Viagra adds, you name it, I’m going to give it away.  I hope that no “dark” hackers get any of it, that would be terrible, but oh well, such is life.

Turn about is fair play, stay tuned for more to come.


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