Billboards go up targeting lawmakers who voted to gut Internet privacy

Evan from Fight for the Future writes, "The Internet strikes back! Hundreds of people chipped in small amounts to crowdfund these billboards targeting U.S. lawmakers who voted to gut the FCC's Internet privacy rules and allow ISPs like Comcast and Verizon to collect and sell their customers' personal information and web browsing history without our consent. Check out photos of the billboards here.

"These same lawmakers are now working with the new FCC chairman and lobbyists from the big cable companies to try to destroy net neutrality and let ISPs slow down and censor websites. Let's not let that happen! Send a message to Congress and the FCC with just a few clicks."