"Angry internet users have targeted Republican lawmakers in Congress who passed a bill this week that would allow internet service providers to sell customer data without obtaining consent. Viral GoFundMe campaigns have cropped up to return the apparent invasion of privacy, seeking to buy politicians’ web histories and publish them online for all to see."
Max Temkin of "Cards Against Humanity" fame has pledged to purchase the browsing histories of everyone in Congress if the bill gets signed. However he has cautioned people on Reddit and Twitter that because this data is not yet publicly available that they should be suspicious of any funding campaigns to collect it, and has also said that it will take a long time to actually do. Without the funding campaigns, however, it seems unlikely that the folks in Washington and Trump in particular will get the message.