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Santa Should Be The Only One With Unlimited Spying Powers

This holiday season we finally know: Santa isn't the only one watching to see who's been naughty or nice...

From the American Civil Liberties Union:

"We now know that this holiday season, our private communications aren't as private as we thought. While we're calling, texting, emailing, and visiting our friends and loved ones, the NSA is tuning in and collecting massive amounts of data on millions of Americans.

Thanks to the revelations from Edward Snowden, each week we get new proof that the NSA has vastly overstepped its authority.

The good news is that the tide is turning in the fight to rein in all this runaway surveillance. Right now, there is legislation pending in the House and Senate that would go a long way to stopping the worst of the NSA's excesses. So we need to turn up the pressure on Congress, which blindly gave the NSA too much spying power in the first place.

If we're going to get past this last hurdle, we need to stand together and send our representatives in Washington a crystal clear message: Americans stand opposed to this blatant abuse of power."

Sign the petition and let's push Congress to get in gear to end the secret surveillance state now.

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