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Stop The Spying-Don't Just Tell Congress to Stop the Spying -- Show Them


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Govtfearmongering, spying communications, technology, video, picture, webcams, congressfreedoms, ethics )

Cheryl
- 2428 days ago - stopthespying.org
Countless citizens have told Congress to reject telecom immunity, but the Senate is still threatening to pass a bill giving immunity to lawbreaking phone companies. It's time to get creative and move beyond words. Let's show our elected representatives wh



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Cheryl Benson (390)
Friday January 25, 2008, 3:37 pm
Don't just tell Congress to stop the spying -- show them.Countless citizens have told Congress to reject telecom immunity, but the Senate is still threatening to pass a bill giving immunity to lawbreaking phone companies. It's time to get creative and move beyond words. Let's show our elected representatives who supports the rule of law -- ordinary Americans from across the country. We'll deliver your multimedia messages to lawmakers to drive the point home: no immunity for lawbreaking telecoms! (more info)
 

Jim Phillips (3209)
Saturday January 26, 2008, 7:19 pm
Another story on Spying and link:

http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/20080124_the_end_of_privacy/

http://www.care2.com/news/member/635819564/614742


 

Blue Bunting (855)
Thursday February 14, 2008, 10:16 pm
A FISA Quotabull

Liability protection is critical to securing the private sector’s cooperation with our intelligence efforts. … The Senate has passed a good bill and it has shown that protecting our nation is not a partisan issue. — President Bush, Feb. 13.

In a presidency of hypocrisy — an administration of exploitation — a labyrinth of leadership — in which every vital fact is a puzzle inside a riddle wrapped in an enigma hidden under a claim of executive privilege supervised by an idiot — this one … is surprisingly easy. President Bush has put protecting the telecom giants from the laws … ahead of protecting you from the terrorists. He has demanded an extension of the FISA law — the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act — but only an extension that includes retroactive immunity for the telecoms who helped him spy on you. — MSNBC commentator Keith Olbermann, Jan. 31. Full Story »

 
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