In case you haven't devcentre, flickrheard, the other day, Congress decided it was a good idea to let the internet companies sell our personal browser history.  Well, a guy named Adam McElhaney, is fighting back.  According to deadstate.com, Adam started a GoFundMe page to raise money to buy the browser history of all the Congress members that voted to let internet providers sell your browser history.  I'm sure it's just a coincidence that all but one that voted yes took money from one or more internet providers.  You can donate at his GFM page titled Purchase Private Internet Histories.  His initial goal was $10,000 but as of last night he has hit $90,000 and counting.  He will make the browser histories of politicians, internet executives available online at searchinternethistory.com,

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