Stop Internet Companies From Giving NSA Passwords Of Users

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Stop Internet Companies From Giving NSA Passwords Of Users

Dear Friend,
The NSA has asked Microsoft, AOL, Yahoo, and other Internet service providers (ISPs) to turn over the passwords of their customers.  For now, the companies have refused but the pressure is mounting.
If NSA gets your password, it can pose as you and access your email accounts and even your financial records.  We must stop this new snooping. 

Please sign this petition to tell your Internet service provider that you do not approve of them sharing your password with the NSA.

We will forward your signature to the major Internet Service Providers.  Please be sure to include your name, hard mailing address, and your email so we can do so.

We'll add your email address to our Alerts list to keep you posted on progress and let you know if we need to take further action.

Thank you,
Dick Morris


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Protect the Bill of Rights! You swore to uphold it, but it seems your not. If I swore to speak the truth and it turned out I lied, I would be in jail.
why dont you all take a 365 day vacation and stop passing ANY laws since you cant seem to protect our rights and privacy guaranteed by the BILL OF RIGHTS and CONSTITUTION - ALSO - - READ!!!!! THE 'F"ING BILL OF RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTION which you SWORE AN OATH TOO UPHOLD and PROTECT - OTHERWISE start PROSECUTING GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS for VIOLATING THIS OATH!!
Stop infringing on our Privacy!!!!
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