Protester wants to broadcast Republican’s browser histories

US dollar - Wikimedia CommonsA protester who is upset at the Republican congress voting to allow ISPs to flog people’s browser histories to the highest bidder has come up with a novel way of doing so.

Online privacy activist Adam McElhaney has launched an initiative called Search Internet History, with the objective of raising funds to buy the browsing history of each politician who voted to do away with privacy.

We guess he will then publish the information for everyone to mock and be shocked at. After all it is pretty likely that more than one Jesus loving, right-wing Republican will have a hard-core donkey porn addition and will order prostitutes and rent-boys online.

On Tuesday, Congress sent proposed legislation to President Trump that wipes away landmark online privacy protections.

On the site, McElhaney has also put up a poll asking people whose internet history they would like to see first. The campaign which only needed $10,000 has already raised over $55,000 which should be enough to get a few interesting browser histories.