Help California Protect Your Privacy Online

California’s battle against the federal government rages on, this time on the issue of internet privacy. Back in March 2017, the US Congress approved a resolution to undo Obama-era internet privacy protections for consumers, and Trump of course signed it. Now our representatives in Sacramento are considering AB 375, a bill which would give us back the protections taken away by the federal government.

IEB All-Member Meeting July 29

Please join us at Indivisible East Bay's All Member Meeting! Tickets (FREE) here WHEN: July 29, 2:30-4:30 PM WHERE: Oakland Public Library, 125 14th Street, Oakland (between Madison and Oak Streets on Lake Merritt) in the auditorium/community room (basement level). The Library is a quarter mile from the Lake Merritt BART station and half a mile from the … Continue reading IEB All-Member Meeting July 29

Something in the Water: Marine Sanctuaries at Risk

In late April 2017, Donald Trump signed an executive order that would expand offshore drilling for oil and gas and would also stop the expansion of any new marine sanctuaries and require the Secretary of Commerce to review any marine national monuments created or expanded over the past decade. This order, if enacted, could have … Continue reading Something in the Water: Marine Sanctuaries at Risk

Just Say No to Voter Suppression

Is Big Brother trying to keep you from voting? Could very well be. Donald Trump has created a “Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity,” which he has directed to gather sensitive information about voters in every state and DC, including names, dates of birth, driver's license numbers, party affiliation, voting history, and the last four … Continue reading Just Say No to Voter Suppression