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In less than a month, the judicial order authorizing the NSA to collect all of our phone data is going to expire.

According to accounts leaked to the press, the president is reviewing four options – maintain the program as it is currently, turn the responsibility for mass surveillance of phone records over to the FBI, ask private companies such as AT&T and Verizon to collect the records so the government can access them in the future, or scrap the program entirely.

Tell President Obama: The NSA telephone data dragnet is unconstitutional and it must be dismantled.

Link: http://act.credoaction.com/sign/end_nsa_dragnet?sp_ref=34200631.4.4423.e.16820.2&referring_akid=10155.4896404.IFk92K&source=mailto_sp

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