Monday, August 19, 2013

NSA overreach sparks defiance in Cleveland Public Square

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(Cleveland, OH) - - Ohioans will gather in Cleveland Public Square this Saturday, August 24, to protest unconstitutional NSA surveillance. The demonstration will last from noon to 3:00 PM.

56% of Americans believe federal courts fail to provide adequate limits on the telephone and Internet data the government collects, according to a recent Pew Research poll. Concern for Fourth Amendment privacy rights is the foundation of Restore The Fourth, a grassroots, nonpartisan, non-violent movement that works to protect citizens from intrusion into their personal lives, in Cleveland and across the nation.

"1984 is a warning, not an instruction manual," says Brian Buckley of Restore the Fourth. "As we find out about more unconstitutional programs every week, it is clear that the NSA’s domestic spying has gone too far and must be stopped before it’s too late."

To that end, Restore The Fourth has organized a protest rally this Saturday. Demonstrators will gather to demand a government that respects personal privacy, and to inform the public about the massive scope of the NSA's surveillance programs.

More information about Restore The Fourth is at:


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