Who Has Access to Your Phone Calls?

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Stop Illegal Spying

 

Should the government have instant access to every single phone call you and millions of other Americans have made in the last few years? That means access to the phone records of political opponents, news reporters, and potential whistle blowers. Calls to friends, family, associates, lovers. Calls to doctors, legal counsel, financial advisors.

It is not up to AT&T, Verizon or any other phone company to decide what the government gets to see, monitoring and intercepting the domestic and international calls of millions of Americans without legally issued orders violates our system of checks and balances.

You can help put a stop to this illegal spying right now.

I just did. It’s easy! Add your name to the ACLU’s demand that the Federal Communications Commission and the state public utility commissions launch an immediate investigation. Just go here:

https://secure.aclu.org/site/SPageServer?pagename=DTT_FCC_spies_off_line

Your name will be submitted with the ACLU’s formal demands and will become part of the public record.

Act now, regulators need to hear that the public demands action.

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Take Action Now: Sign on to the ACLU’s FCC Complaint 

Learn More: Find out about the ACLU’s challenge to illegal NSA spying on Americans.

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