Internet service providers (ISPs) can track what services we use and for how long, what sites we visit and how frequently we visit them, and what we search for and when. In a word, they are able to track everything we do and use online. Eliminating the FCC's privacy protections would allow our ISPs to sell what they know about us to marketers, to companies that provide this information to the police, or to anyone able to pay for access to our personal information. This is wrong and dangerous. And it's appalling that our representatives would value business interests over our privacy.