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Pick Up the Phone & Protect Internet Privacy!

Call your senator and tell them to vote yes on LD 946 and stop putting corporate profits over consumer privacy.

Make the Call

Fill out this form, click “Make the call!” then wait for your phone to ring. When it does, pick up, and wait for the prompt. Scroll for the script below.


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Once you’re connected:

You’ll be walked through the everything you need to leave a stellar message with your senator. Or, just follow the script below:

  • Ask for your senator by name

  • Say “Hi, my name is [YOUR NAME] and I live in [YOUR TOWN]”

  • Say “Hi, I’m calling to urge you to vote YES on LD 946 to protect internet privacy and stop internet service providers from selling consumer information without our permission.”

  • Add any other points you’d like to make, and say thank you.

  • Please leave a voicemail if you don’t reach someone directly.

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Click the link below to look up your senator.

About LD 946

Internet service providers (ISPs) have access to some of our most personal information like every website you visit, the times you log into and out of your accounts, and even some location data. Taken together, this data could paint an intimate picture of a person’s religion, medical conditions, and even their hobbies. And, because the federal government has failed to put privacy protections in place, ISPs can sell our private information to third parties, like advertisers, without our permission.

The personal information ISPs collect and share is increasingly being used by advertisers to discriminate against certain communities. Advertisers and data brokers are increasingly using data to decide what prices to advertise to someone, the content they should steer them to, and even the types of loans to offer them.

LD 946 will reverse some of the damage done by the loss of privacy protections at the federal level by requiring ISPs that do business in Maine to get our permission before selling our private information to the highest bidder.