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DuckDuckGo, Proton, Mozilla throw weight behind bill targeting Big Tech ‘surveillance’

A group of privacy-focused organizations has signed a letter pleading with Congressional leaders to schedule a vote on a bill that would impede data collection by tech giants and promote users’ access to online privacy tools.

in his letter (opens in new tab) to Congress, addressed to the likes of Mitch McConnell and Nancy Pelosi, the alliance argued that the continued suppression of the American Innovation and Choice Online Act (AICOA) (opens in new tab) enables “dominant companies” to “limit competition and limit user choice” when accessing privacy-focused technologies and products.