Powered by CCIA

Powered by CCIA

There are bills in Congress that could ruin our favorite tech products.

Americans have overcome unprecedented challenges over the past year, but now Congress is playing politics with the products that helped us get through it. Before and during the pandemic, Americans turned to tech products to receive deliveries for their favorite products, find directions to local businesses, and to connect with loved ones. These bills could make all these things harder, more expensive, less convenient, and less secure.

We should ask Congress to answer a very simple question: what happens after you implement barriers to innovation in the one area of the economy where competition forces companies to introduce new consumer products and services daily? 

ADD YOUR NAME TO GET UPDATES

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

WHAT’S AT RISK?

Amazon without Prime Free Shipping
Congress might cost you free shipping through your Amazon Prime membership, which could force you to pay more and wait longer for the things you need.

Amazon without Prime Free Shipping

Congress might cost you free shipping through your Amazon Prime membership, which could force you to pay more and wait longer for the things you need.

Google Search & Maps

These bills could lead to you paying for products that were previously free, like Google Search and Maps.

Google Search & Maps

These bills could lead to you paying for products that were previously free, like Google Search and Maps.

“Amazon Basics” Products

Congress might prevent Amazon from offering its own store branded products, meaning you could lose money-saving batteries and other common items.

“Amazon Basics” Products

Congress might prevent Amazon from offering its own store branded products, meaning you could lose money-saving batteries and other common items.

Data Security

Congress could force Google to share your personal data with other companies without your knowledge. Those companies might not have the same security protections as Google—and you might not even know who they are—putting your privacy and security at risk.

Data Security

Congress could force Google to share your personal data with other companies without your knowledge. Those companies might not have the same security protections as Google—and you might not even know who they are—putting your privacy and security at risk.


THESE BILLS COULD…


THESE BILLS COULD…

TELL CONGRESS: Don’t Break What Works!

Then Share with Your Friends: