Thursday, June 27, 2013

America is in serious trouble. This July 4, save it.

America is in serious trouble. This July 4, save it.


America is in serious, serious trouble.

The Constitution says government can't spy on us-- not without suspicion. But now, thousands of government employees at the NSA and other agencies track our phones and read our emails. The government is dangerously trespassing on our rights -- free speech and freedom of association will never be the same.

This July 4, take a stand for the 4th Amendment.

The 4th Amendment is so simple and clear (read it). And this July 4th, people can see it everywhere-- on the sites they visit, on the profile pages of their friends, on billboards, and at events across the U.S. Do your part. Help America and its leaders remember the rights they stand for-- the rights they're supposed to protect.
So join the protest...
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Declare your independence.

The recent revelations about the NSA's programs show that the U.S. government has been constantly tracking and monitoring the private communications of millions of Americans and people around the world. This July fourth we will take over the streets, the Internet and the airwaves to say:
Stop spying on us. The NSA's programs blatantly violate the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. Regardless of what FISA and the PATRIOT act say, that makes them illegal.
Delete all our data. A disturbing number of government employees have direct access to nearly everyone's private lives, threatening our democracy.
Never do this again. These revelations expose a government that has systematically violated our rights. It's time for dramatic political change, transparency, and accountability.

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Take to the streets to defend the Fourth Amendment.

The Restore the Fourth protests, organized initially on Reddit, are going to coincide with 4th of July celebrations. Bring friends with you, and spread the word. If you don't see one in your state, start one.
Join a Protest

Help put the Fourth Amendment on TV where politicians can't ignore it.

These protests are happening nationally, on the ground and now on the web too. What if we could put the Fourth Amendment on TV, where politicians and the NSA can't ignore it?
If everyone who takes action chips in a little bit, we can easily crowd-fund simple, 30 second TV ads in every major city in the country that will display a message with the text of the Fourth Amdendment and information about NSA spying.
CLICK HERE TO DONATE
The ads will just be an image. No sound, no advertising for a political group, just a message from the people to the government to remind them to uphold the Constitution. $25,000 will make it possible. Can you chip in?
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Join the Internet Defense League and display the 4th Amendment on your site on July 4th

The Internet Defense League is a network of websites that sound the alarm whenever there is a huge threat to or opportunity for the free and open Internet.
Click the button below join the Internet Defense League, and then install the IDL's "All Campaigns" code. We'll switch it on on the 4th of July and websites all over the world will display the Fourth Amendment and let their users take action against unwarranted government surveillance.
Click the button to sign up and we'll send you a code and instructions for how to display the Fourth Amendment action on your site on July 4th.
Get the Code for July 4th

Call for Freedom: 1-STOP-323-NSA

This handy phone number makes it easy for anyone to call their Congress members to demand a full investigation into NSA spying. An investigation like this could cause a huge headache for the NSA and could lead to big changes in their programs.
Share this number everywhere. 1-STOP-323-NSA.
Call and we will provide you with some talking points and then connect you directly with your representative. Put it on a protest sign, shout it from the stage, tweet it. Just get it out there and make the calls!
Call Congress

Half a Million people have signed this letter to Congress. Will you?

The StopWatching.US coalition is made up of a massive array of organizations from across the political spectrum, companies like Mozilla, DuckDuckGo, and Reddit, celebrities like WWW creator Tim Berners Lee, John Cusack, Ai WeiWei, and over 500,000 other individuals who have signed a letter to Congress demanding answers about NSA spying.
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