We need to slam Congress's phone lines to encourage lawmakers to vote no.
Please click here to find your lawmaker's phone number and place a call today.
CISPA would allow corporations to track and share all variety of information about Americans.
It would demolish existing barriers between the government and the private sector -- and between government agencies -- that restrict data sharing without cause, effectively allowing information about Americans' use of the Internet to slosh back and forth uninhibited.
It would provide the military and security agencies with broad new powers to track Americans' online activity.
We need members of Congress to oppose the legislation when it comes up for a vote later this week.
Please click here for a call script and to find your lawmaker's phone number -- we need as many calls as possible right away.
Thanks for keeping up the fight.
Don Young 202-225-5765
Thank you for calling your member of Congress -- will you take another minute to call members of House leadership? They control what bills Congress votes on.
You can tell them "CISPA would infringe on the privacy of all American Internet users. I urge you to oppose it."
House Speaker John Boehner: (202) 225-6205
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor: (202) 225-4000
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi: (202) 225-4965