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Dear Member of Congress:

The National Security Agency's surveillance apparatus represents a stunning abuse of our constitutional rights to free expression, assembly and privacy.

I urge you to stand up for our rights to connect and communicate in private, and to stop the blanket surveillance of millions of innocent people.

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    Tell Congress to Stop the Surveillance

    The Guardian just revealed details of yet another shocking NSA surveillance program. This one “allows analysts to search with no prior authorization through vast databases containing emails, online chats and the browsing histories of millions of individuals.”1

    In other words, the NSA built a Google for your entire private life.

    This is too much power for anyone, or any institution, to have. Congress passed the laws — the PATRIOT Act and the FISA Amendments Act — that enabled this abuse in the first place. Now it must take steps to stop it.

    Momentum is on our side. More people than ever — joined by nearly half of the House of Representatives — are standing up for our rights to connect and communicate in private.

    Take action now and help put an end to the surveillance state.


    1. "Revealed: NSA Program Collects ‘Nearly Everything a User Does on the Internet,'" the Guardian, July 31, 2013:

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