Saturday, July 31, 2004


"The fact is that new technologies and new government policies are eroding our personal privacy and creating a 24-hour total surveillance society," said Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director of the ACLU. "We need to reach people on a basic level and show them how this massive erosion of privacy could have a real impact on their daily lives, even in their late-night pizza deliveries."

"Astonishingly, if he deemed it necessary, Attorney General Ashcroft could get authorization from a secret court to place wiretaps on your phones without probable cause," said the ACLU's Romero. "He can demand records of your reading habits from bookstores and libraries. He can even make and keep a copy of the key to your house."

Pizza with everything from the ACLU.


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