Jul 122013
 
 July 12, 2013  Govt, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Rainey Reitman of EFF writes:

Over July 4th, thousands of people in cities across the United States rallied in defense of the Fourth Amendment.

Tomorrow, Restore the Fourth – the grassroots, nonpartisan movement supporting the Fourth Amendment and opposing NSA spying – is taking the battle to the phones.  A number of Restore the Fourth chapters will be hosting a “Restore the Phone” event. They will be encouraging concerned citizens to call their members of Congress and demand transparency and reform of America’s domestic spying practices.

According to their blog post, Restore the Fourth intends to use Friday to draw the attention of Congress.

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