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Dear Mr. McAdam:

Verizon has made it clear in court that it intends to break the Internet as we know it and move toward a model of paid prioritization. Verizon has also violated its users privacy through its involvement with the National Security Agency's surveillance programs

We have a simple request.

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    Hey, Verizon! Time to Come Clean!

    Verizon’s a real mess these days. It thinks it has the right to block what we do and say online. And it apparently sees nothing wrong with helping the NSA hoover up our private communications.

    Verizon doesn’t just want to watch where we go online. It also wants to determine where we go in the first place.

    It’s time for Verizon to clean up its act.

    Take action and we’ll send a petition with your name — and some much-needed soap — to Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam.

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