This week is our last moment to stop CISPA, the internet government surveillance system, before it becomes US law.

Groups like the EFF and the ACLU worked closely with pro-privacy senators to get strong privacy protections into the Senate's version of CISPA. That's the good news.

The problem? The Senate bill isn't guaranteed to be good for privacy. A large number of Senators are pushing for a version that eliminates consumer privacy laws and gives broad new powers to web companies to monitor you, block you from their sites, and share your personal info with the government.

Your call could actually tip the scales. If we can convince just a handful of Senators to stand up for our rights to privacy, we can significantly improve the bill or block it entirely.

Please call today. If you can't call, send an email.

Above: NSA data center. By: Name Withheld; Digital Manipulation: Jesse Lenz. Source: Wired

Call now to Defend Privacy

What to say:

“I don't want to give government agencies access to my emails. Vote no on s.3414 The Cybersecurity Act of 2012, and vote against any anti-privacy amendments to it. Also, vote for the pro-privacy Franken-Paul amendment.”

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