Now that California’s Broadband Privacy Bill, A.B. 375, is headed for a final vote in the California legislature, Comcast, Verizon, and all their allies are pulling out all the stops to try to convince state legislators to vote against the bill. Unfortunately, that includes telling legislators about made-up problems the bill will supposedly create, as well as tweeting out blatantly false statements and taking out online ads that spread lies about what A.B. 375 will really do. To set the record straight, here are three lies big Internet providers and their allies are spreading—and the truth about how A.B. 375 will protect your privacy and security online.
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Lie #1: A.B. 375 Will Prevent Internet providers From Stopping Future Cyberattacks
In their opposition letter to legislators, big Internet providers and their allies claim that A.B. 375 “prevents Internet providers from using information they have long relied upon to prev

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