April 11, 2007 | By Derek Slater

Action Alert - Visit StopIllegalSpying.org and Fight the Abuse of Surveillance Powers!

Stop Illegal SpyingThe illegal NSA spying program remains shrouded in secrecy over five years since it first began, and more privacy invasions continue to come to light. Yet the Bush Administration is reportedly pushing Congress once again to legislate in the dark and expand spying powers.

With the Senate Intelligence Committee taking up this topic next week, it's critical that you tell your representatives to support thorough investigations into the domestic spying program as well as other abuses of power.

Make your voice heard now by visiting StopIllegalSpying.org.

StopIllegalSpying.org is a new site setup by EFF and a broad coalition of groups defending your privacy and the rule of law. With your help, we can press Congress to do its job and restore the checks and balances that define our democracy. Please help spread the word about the site to friends and family, and post our graphic on your website or blog.

Take action now at www.stopillegalspying.org.

Update: The hearing was delayed until May 1 -- keep up the pressure!


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