Tell Congress: It’s Time to Stop Mass Surveillance

Feb 2006
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Tell Congress:
It’s Time to Stop Mass Surveillance

Dear Member of Congress,

It's been nearly two years since the revelations of the U.S. government's mass surveillance practices began, and in that time Congress has failed to pass any meaningful surveillance reform. Now, Congress is about to consider re-authorizing several provisions of the PATRIOT Act, including Section 215 which allows for mass collection of phone data and other personal information.

https://sendto.mozilla.org/page/s/section-215-petition?ref=20150414Advocacy_Surveil&utm_campaign=20150414Advocacy_Surveil&utm_source=firefox&utm_medium=snippet&utm_content=Surveil_InterstitialBLUE_button

 
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Jun 2014
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Tell Congress:
It’s Time to Stop Mass Surveillance

Dear Member of Congress,

It's been nearly two years since the revelations of the U.S. government's mass surveillance practices began, and in that time Congress has failed to pass any meaningful surveillance reform. Now, Congress is about to consider re-authorizing several provisions of the PATRIOT Act, including Section 215 which allows for mass collection of phone data and other personal information.

https://sendto.mozilla.org/page/s/section-215-petition?ref=20150414Advocacy_Surveil&utm_campaign=20150414Advocacy_Surveil&utm_source=firefox&utm_medium=snippet&utm_content=Surveil_InterstitialBLUE_button

And while they are at it, stop hounding Snowden.
 
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Dec 2012
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There is a fine line between privacy and national security. On one hand the government tells us they need this to protect us. On the other, they fail to secure our borders. There seems to be more than enough hypocrisy in government demands that need to be addressed.
 
Jun 2014
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I already have. Have you?

But tell Obama to veto it if it is passed.

In fact, where is Obama talking against this? Hmmmmm?


Obviously not on anything you read or see or listen to.

Who did you contact in Congress? Who is your go to person?
 
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