Patriot Act gag-order on the Internet Archive clobbered by EFF and ACLU

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15 Responses to “Patriot Act gag-order on the Internet Archive clobbered by EFF and ACLU”

  1. Jeff says:

    Another good example of why we should consider ourselves lucky to have the ACLU and EFF. Gag orders! And the fun thing about some gag orders is that even telling someone you have one can be a violation of he order. Not very American of us. There are a lot of former agents out there that would love to tell their stories.

  2. efergus3 says:

    Very proud EFF member…

  3. doggo says:

    The Patriot (pshaw!) Act need to be overturned, or rescinded, or whatever it is they do when a law is ridiculous and is being abused. And somebody needs to give the FBI a stern talking to.

  4. Dan says:

    Why does the internet hate America?

  5. codesuidae says:

    Screw that, why does the FBI hate America?

  6. Beatrice M says:

    Whew. Very proud former IA employee. Go Brewster! Thank you for standing up for all our rights – once again.

  7. Jake0748 says:

    +1 for the good guys. :)

  8. Noddy93 says:

    nice to see my monthly donation to EFF is working!

  9. Tenn says:

    HAIL EFF AND ACLU.

    Hail them.

  10. Noddy93 says:

    nice to see my monthly donation to EFF is working!

  11. foobar says:

    How was he able to discuss it with the EFF?

  12. Brian Carnell says:

    “How was he able to discuss it with the EFF?”

    Because they were acting as his attorneys.

  13. mikelotus says:

    the EFF and ACLU hate us for our freedoms and liberties.

  14. Kieran O'Neill says:

    #12: Indeed. Also, war is peace, and love is hate.

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