Republican U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley plans to propose a bill that would let consumers block all websites from collecting unnecessary data.

The proposal would allow consumers to choose a single setting that opts out of all data collection “beyond what is indispensable to the companies’ online services.”

The bill would impose fines against companies of $1,000 per person, per day for willful or reckless violations, with a minimum of $100,000.

Details from Bloomberg News.