Join Me in Protecting Our Personal Information

We have all heard the recent news about data breaches at several large corporations.  Our personal information is no longer safe.  In the past week, consumer information has been breached by several companies: Best Buy, Delta Air Lines, Lord & Taylor, Orbitz,
Panera, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sears, and Under Armour, just to name a few.  The time for strong, national data privacy and data protection rules is now and we must put them in place before further damage is done.

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Join the House Tech Accountability Caucus

We invite you to join the House Tech Accountability Caucus, a group of legislators who seek to engage Congress, the technology sector, and the American people on the critical need to foster an innovative, inclusive, and accountable tech sector.
 
It is difficult to understate the outsized impact the technology sector has on our country. Not only does America’s digital economy support over 7 million jobs, it is reshaping the way we live and work. 
 
As companies continue to innovate, and the tech sector continues to grow, both industry and consumers are faced with new challenges with respect to data and consumer protection, workplace concerns, federal regulations, and the social impact of new technologies.
 
Through legislation, hearings, roundtable discussions, and briefings, the Caucus aims to work with industry in establishing accountability standards to ensure that American tech companies continue to thrive and innovate in an inclusive and accountable manner. 

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Join Me in Protecting Our Personal Information

We have all heard the recent news about data breaches at several large corporations.  Our personal information is no longer safe.  In the past week, consumer information has been breached by several companies: Best Buy, Delta Air Lines, Lord & Taylor, Orbitz,
Panera, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sears, and Under Armour, just to name a few.  The time for strong, national data privacy and data protection rules is now and we must put them in place before further damage is done.

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Support and Defend EPA’s “Once In, Always In” Policy

We are deeply concerned by the Administration’s recent decision to increase hazardous air pollution by rolling back the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “once in, always in” policy. Ending this long running policy will reverse the progress demanded
by the Clean Air Act and will cause serious health consequences for the public. Please consider joining us in sending a strong message to the Administration in support of this important clean air policy.

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