“Right To Know” Is Wrong For Illinois. Vote No On SB1502
Thursday, May 25, 2017
[The following is a paid advertisement.]
According to a recent statewide poll, 76% of Illinois voters oppose “Right to Know” legislation because it will capture additional consumer data and eliminate anonymous use of the internet.
Of those Illinois voters that had an opinion:
- 77% oppose a law that prevents consumers from using anonymous accounts for emails and apps.
- 77% oppose an increase of data privacy regulations if these new policies were created by special interest groups that would directly profit from lawsuits.
“Illinois consumers can and should be protected from violations of their online privacy, but the legislation currently under consideration will simply make life harder for consumers and Illinois businesses.” – Omar Duque, President & CEO, Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (Chicago Sun-Times, April 11, 2017)
Vote No on “Right to Know.”