An open letter to Rep. Gutierrez, Gov. Hobbs, Sen. Sundareshan, Rep. Mathis.
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An Open Letter

To: Rep. Gutierrez, Gov. Hobbs, Sen. Sundareshan, Rep. Mathis

From: A constituent in Tucson, AZ

April 27

The proposed SB1125, currently pending in the House Judiciary Committee, threatens online freedom and privacy. It imposes stringent age verification requirements on entities publishing material deemed "harmful to minors," potentially stifling online expression. The bill also authorizes the creation of user IP address blacklists, granting ISPs the power to manipulate these lists, thereby infringing on privacy rights. Furthermore, the severe penalties for violations, including damages and attorney's fees, could deter content creators and providers. Given the immediate threat this bill poses to online freedom and privacy in Arizona, it is crucial to reconsider its implications and explore alternatives that protect minors without compromising fundamental rights.

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