Stop Mass Warrantless Surveillance: End Section 702

The Supreme Court let us down: They refused to hear Wikimedia v. NSA, the ACLU's lawsuit challenging the NSA's mass surveillance of Americans' online communications with anyone abroad. By declining to hear this case, the Court has slammed shut one of the only doors left to hold the government accountable for surveillance abuses first revealed in 2013 by Edward Snowden.

But we are not powerless. Congress can still fight back against these egregious violations of our privacy. Instead of reauthorizing Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, the very law used to justify this unconstitutional spying, they can let it expire. This is our chance to begin to end this dystopian chapter of American history.

We must act now. Send a message to your representatives in Congress urging them to vote "No" on reauthorizing Section 702.

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Protect Our Right to Privacy: End Section 702

As your constituent, I am deeply concerned about the government's use of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to justify the mass warrantless surveillance of Americans' online communications with friends, family, and others abroad and urge you to let it expire. We all deserve to use the internet without fear of being monitored by the government.

With so much of our lives taking place online, it's more important than ever that we have the freedom to communicate without fear of government surveillance. Section 702 is set to expire at the end of 2023. The NSA, CIA, and other intelligence agencies are pushing Congress to renew this invasive law, but we can't let that happen.

Please, vote "NO" on reauthorizing Section 702 of FISA and protect our right to privacy on the Internet.


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