Today is the day we fight back


The NSA is gathering nearly 5 billion records each day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world. It’s time for this to stop.

Congress is considering two major bills, the USA Freedom Act to curtail NSA surveillance abuses and the FISA Improvements Act to legalize bulk data protection of phone records.

Join The Stanford Review today in urging Congress to pass the USA Freedom Act and amend it to make it even stronger.

— Devon Kristine Zuegel, Editor-in-Chief


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