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Stop Big Brother's Total Info Awareness (english)
24 Jan 2003
This program would allow the government to collect personal information on every person in the USA.

Urge Congress to Stop the Total Information Awareness Program!

Senator Russell Feingold (D-WI) has introduced legislation that would enact a moratium on the misguided Defense Department program called "Total Information Awareness." This program would allow the government to collect personal information on every person in the USA. The system, which includes an advance form of "data-mining," would effectively provide government officials with immediate access to our personal information including: our communications (phone calls, emails and web searches), financial records, purchases, prescriptions, school records, medical records and travel history. Under the program, all aspects of our personal and professional lives could be catalogued and available to government officials. It is critical that Congress cut funding for this invasive program.

Take Action! Urge your Senators to Support and Co-sponsor the Data-Mining Moratorium Act! Click here to get more information and to send a free fax:

http://www.aclu.org/Privacy/Privacy.cfm?ID=11323&c=130
See also:
http://www.aclu.org/Privacy/Privacy.cfm?ID=11323&c=130
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