However, anonymity is not always bad. A great example of this is the internet. On the internet, you are free to express your ideas, no matter how controversial without fear. So many great ideas have been dreamt up on the internet. However, that protection may soon be gone. As we speak congress has been review some FCC (Federal Communication Commission) rules regarding service providers not being able to collect your data. If those rules are killed then AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, Sprint and many others will be able to see everything. From when you use Google to when you order Jimmy Johns or when you buy your next pair of shoes, they will know and will be able to sell your personal information to data mining companies. Now I urge all of you to take action against this potential damaging ruling that will affect all of us. Now how can we protect these rules? Contact your legislators and urge them to save our protections.
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