Thursday, September 30, 2010

Tell the Obama administration: Do not spy on me!


The Obama administration is seeking to expand the government’s ability to conduct invasive surveillance online.

This outrageous proposal would mandate that all online communications services use technologies that would make it easier for the government to collect private communications and decode encrypted messages that Americans send. This includes communications sent using texting platforms, BlackBerries, social networking sites, and other "peer to peer" communications software such as Skype.

Sign the ACLU's petition to Attorney General Holder: Rein in FBI surveillance power.

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