Target: Michael S. Rogers, Director, National Security Agency
Goal: Thank the NSA for ending unwarranted phone record data collection activity.
It’s been a two-year-plus battle, but the NSA officially ended its phone record data collection program at 11:59 pm Saturday, November 28. Thanks to now infamous whistleblower Edward Snowden and the ForceChange community, Americans have once again been afforded a portion of their constitutional right against unwarranted government surveillance. We must continue to stand strong and fight any federal attempt to spy unconstitutionally on the American people.
Ending the NSA’s phone record data collection program is a step in the right direction. Let’s take a moment to thank NSA Director Michael S. Rogers for stopping this unnecessary and unconstitutional imposition on the American people’s privacy rights.
Dear Director Rogers,
Thank you for ending the National Security Administration’s unconstitutional phone record data collection program. It is my understanding that you have officially stopped collecting all phone records of the American people effective Nov. 28, 2015, and will only collect the data of suspected terrorists from here on out.
While I still disagree with unwarranted data collection of any kind—our Constitution protects us against such surveillance—I am pleased that you will no longer mass collect the private phone data of millions of innocent people. Do not forget, we live in a free society, and you have no right to spy on me or anyone else without warrant.
[Your Name Here]
Photo Credit: National Security Agency