October 23, 2008 | By Hugh D'Andrade

EFF's New NSA Spying Shirts

A few weeks back, we produced a new graphic to accompany our new case against the government, Jewel v. NSA, challenging the Bush administration's illegal spying program. The graphic is a retooling of the NSA's logo, featuring a glowering eagle using his talons to illegally plug into the nation's telecommunications system — with the help of telecom giant AT&T.

By popular demand, we are now offering t-shirts featuring our NSA logo in an exclusive offer to members only. With a donation of $65 or more you can help us continue the fight against illegal spying and receive a shirt (as well as other premiums) in return. Your support makes our work possible! Thank you!


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