November 28, 2011 | By rainey Reitman

Rein In Invasive Border Searches AND Benefit EFF!

Stop Invasive Border Searches! Thank you for being a part of the Electronic Frontier Foundation's movement to protect civil liberties. Did you know that you can help defend your right to privacy and fund EFF's work — all without spending your own money?

Right now CREDO Mobile customers and activists are voting on how to distribute an expanding pool of donations among 40 nonprofit organizations including EFF. When you sign our petition to fight invasive border searches on the CREDO website, you also become eligible to give EFF a slice of a multimillion-dollar donation pie.

Take action today and support EFF's future success:

In a free country, the government cannot have unlimited power to snoop through your laptop without any suspicion of wrongdoing. But when it comes to searching travelers who are entering the US, the government has carte blanche to take a laptop or smart phone, search through the files, and keep it for further scrutiny — without any suspicion of wrongdoing whatsoever. Join EFF and CREDO in calling on Congress to take action and defend the privacy rights of travelers.

After signing the petition, vote for EFF so that we can continue defending digital rights!

These two simple steps can go a long way to help secure fundamental privacy and dignity wherever it is threatened. Don't forget to tell a friend! And you can always choose to support EFF directly with your membership or additional donation. Thank you for supporting our work and taking action.

Fighting for your digital rights,

Rainey Reitman
EFF Activism Team

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