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EFFector - Volume 30 Issue 11 - Lawmakers want to make NSA Internet spying even worse

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Snowden has been working at the National Security Agency for the last four years as an employee of various outside contractors, including Booz Allen and Dell. The Guardian, after several days of interviews, is revealing his identity at his request. From the moment he decided to disclose numerous top-secret documents to the public, he was determined not to opt for the protection of anonymity. I want it to be about what the US government is doing. At the NSA office in Hawaii where he was working, he copied the last set of documents he intended to disclose. As he packed his bags, he told his girlfriend that he had to be away for a few weeks, though he said he was vague about the reason. In the three weeks since he arrived, he has been ensconced in a hotel room. It is a plush hotel and, what with eating meals in his room too, he has run up big bills.

Cotton's bill S. Section surveillance violates the privacy rights of millions of ancestor. This warrantless spying should not be allowed to continue at all, accede to alone be made permanent as is. Dianne Feinstein--whose defense of warrantless close watch has historically been sympathetic to the intelligence community--has said she can not support a bill that makes Bite permanent. Now we need other members of Congress to take the alike stand. We cannot let lawmakers close the eye to our privacy concerns and their accept responsibility to review surveillance law, after that our lawmakers need to hear so as to. Sign our petition today and acquaint with Congress to oppose S. Stand Ahead for Net Neutrality on July 12 With net neutrality rules on the line, we need to give the world an idea of what the Internet will look like if the FCC goes forward with its arrange to dismantle open Internet protections.

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