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The USA FREEDOM Act provides our best chance yet at reining in dragnet NSA surveillance. Help get the entire Massachusetts Congressional delegation on board to support it.
Police departments around the state are rapidly expanding their use of automatic license plate readers to track the location of drivers. But there are few meaningful rules in place to protect drivers' privacy rights. Let's preserve the freedom of the open road.
In the face of massive, indiscriminate government spying on our personal communication, it's time for Massachusetts to once again lead on liberty—and pass strong state-level privacy protections.
Amplify your voice with offline activism! Print a copy of this petition and a fact sheet to gather signatures at community events or wherever you go.
Urge your legislators to pass the Drone Privacy Act.
We face a proposal here in Massachusetts to expand government's power to listen in on our communications under state wiretap law.
Ask your legislators to prioritize a comprehensive election reform package to bring our state's voting system into the 21st century.
Outdated election administration laws and procedures wrongly disenfranchise eligible voters, and led to three-hour wait times at polling places across the Commonwealth in 2012. It's time for Massachusetts to implement proven reforms to make our elections more efficient, free, and fair.
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