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The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to defending civil liberties in the digital world, is calling on groups of all sides of the political spectrum to stand against the NSA’s domestic surveillance programs.

Based on what the organization’s media relations coordinator, Dave Maass, told Glenn Beck on Thursday, they’re already making serious progress.

“We’re suing the NSA on the behalf of 22 organizations, arguing that the NSA’s call records metadata program violates our First Amendment right to association,” Maass said, explaining that those 22 groups include everything from pro-Second Amendment organizations to Greepeace and the Council on American Islamic Relations.

Thursday, April 17, 2014
The Blaze

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