Cards Against Humanity CEO Promises to Purchase Entire Congress Browsing History

MEET THE PRESS — Pictured: (l-r) ? Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) appears on “Meet the Press” in Washington, D.C., Sunday March 10, 2013. (Photo by: William B. Plowman/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty Images)

We have some bad news for North American residents. As everyone might know already, Marsha Blackburn has sponsored a bill that if approved it gives permission to IPS (internet service providers) to sell private user browser history to anyone. Sadly, the bill was approved and everyone’s privacy is at stake now. Marsha Blackburn has now become the most hated woman in America and people are already trying to find ways to punish her.

CEO Promises to Purchase the Entire Congress Browser History

Different online communities have began Kickstarter campaigns that gather money with one purpose in mind, to acquire Marsha Blackburn’s web history. This way, people will be able to give the House Representative the same treatment she is giving them. Even better, Max Tremkin who is the CEO of “Cards Against Humanity” has announced that there is no need for Kickstarter campaigns since he will personally purchase the browser history of every congressman and publish it online.

We can be sure that House Representatives now have something to fear. Especially since everyone is pointing out the fact that all the congressmen that voted on this bill were paid off by different ISP companies such as Verizon, Sprint and AT&T. Once the new online privacy law becomes available, Max Tremkin is going to show the entire world what everyone in the Congress is browsing.

How to Hide Your Data

On the bright side, there are some methods which will help people hide their browsing history. This way, ISP companies will not be able to sell their data and people will feel safer while online. The first method we are going to talk about is TOR. This is a special browser that routes the user’s traffic through a host of different connected TOR servers. Therefore, everyone is going to be anonymous on the internet.

There’s a downside to using TOR though. Because the browser keeps on routing traffic through different servers, it gets kind of laggy. Well this where special software comes in. One Reddit users has already uploaded an app that’s called “RuinMyHistory”. The app does exactly what its name implies and it’s free to download.

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