недеља, 25. новембар 2012.

G-Men: If you want to read my email, come back with a warrant

taken from :
 Letter in my inbox :
There's a key vote next week:
If you don't want the government to be able to read your emails without a warrant, please click here to email the Senate.
And then please forward this email or use these links to get your friends involved -- before they zonk out for the holiday:
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The current dynamic is all over the place -- sometimes the government can read your emails without warrants, sometimes it can't.
Next week the Senate Judiciary Committee will be taking up amendments that could vastly improve the situation.
But some members of the committee are doing law enforcement's bidding and might try to give the spooks even easier access to our emails.
Please click here to tell your Senators that the government should need a warrant to read your emails.
It's a good moment for this push for warrant requirements, as General Petraeus email scandal has revealed the astonishing degree of access the government has to our emails and personal information.
Plainly put: The FBI gained warrantless access to a series of email accounts, and took down one of the figures most respected by the political establishment and the mainstream media.
They can absolutely do the same thing to any last one of us.
Join us as we urge the Senate to protect us from undue government access to our emails: Tell them to come back with a warrant.
Just click here to email the Senate right away -- the vote is next week.
Demand Progress

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