CISPA: Another attack on your privacy


Because Freedom Can't Protect Itself

Protect your privacy. Tell your member of Congress to oppose CISPA today.

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Dear Curtis, Remember SOPA, where Congress would bar access to online content protected under the First Amendment? Well now there’s CISPA — the Cybersecurity Information and Sharing Protection Act — and this legislation does something scarier.

It’s an attempt to give the government and military agencies unprecedented power to snoop through people’s personal information. This includes medical records, private emails, financial information — and the government can do it without a warrant, proper oversight or limits.

It’s as scary as it sounds. Luckily, we know what it takes to defeat it: you.

Tell your member of Congress that you oppose CISPA and you want your privacy protected. (Do not forward: This link will open a page with your information already filled in. To spread the word, use the icons below.)

I was very proud of how quickly and strongly you and the ACLU community rallied around SOPA and were able to defeat that legislation. We need that energy again.

Let’s make sure they hear us loud and clear: We oppose giving the government and military agencies unlimited access to our private information and we won’t let it stand.

Protect your privacy. Tell your member of Congress to oppose CISPA today.

Thanks for taking action,

Laura W. Murphy
Director, ACLU Washington Office
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