UNBELIEVABLE: Pro-surveillance Senators are trying to revive CISPA. Again! We've killed it twice before, we can do it again.

They really don't get it. 

Again and again the anti-privacy goons in Congress have circled the wagons to try and pass their favorite bill -- CISPA -- and again and again, we have completely shut them down. 

And yet, they're trying it again. Senators Diane Feinstein and Saxby Chambliss, leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee and staunch defenders of the NSA mass surveillance, say they are "very close" to introducing a Senate version of CISPA.

CISPA would grant legal immunity to corporations who share your data with the NSA -- sign to the right to tell your Senators: NO CISPA.

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Given the revelations of the Snowden leaks -- that the NSA is actively spying on Americans online and on their phones -- there couldn't possibly be a worse time to give corporations a green light to share our data with the federal government. 

Indeed, the new CISPA push is coming from exactly the same Senators and Congressmembers who have supported the NSA's mass surveillance programs. It's obvious: CISPA would make it easier for the NSA to see your private data, and provide legal protection for corporations who violate your rights, their user agreements, and existing law to cooperate with the NSA.

Tell your Senators: the NSA has violated our privacy enough. No new CISPA.

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