Fancy rolling up your sleeves and doing something about the (continued) intrusions of your privacy and communications? Now here’s your chance.
The US Senate was just 2 votes shy last Tuesday on the USA Freedom Act, a surveillance reform bill which would have otherwise put a (legal) stop to the National Security Agency’ clandestine domestic surveillance programs and metadata collection as revealed by the Snowden revelations.
Here is a list of the senators and their respective votes:
And here’s a list of those 42 senators that voted NAYs – ie. they support more NSA surveillance – along with their social media handles so you can send them a personal Twitter message. Reckon they wouldn’t mind at all since they don’t value privacy, or respect your privacy to be precise. Besides it’s only their contact coordinates disclosed. Tell them how you feel about losing more than your contact coordinates, ie. your metadata and privacy. And share it with your friends, they may have something to tell those senators. So why are you waiting?
And here’s one to highlight: