The second round of voting in change.org’s Ideas for Change in America competition kicked off today. Please vote for Get FISA Right, repeal the PATRIOT Act, and restore our civil liberties — and help promote it!
My idea Get FISA Right, repeal the PATRIOT Act, and restore our civil liberties finished #2 in the Criminal Justice category of change.org/MySpace’s Ideas for Change in America competition, and so has advanced to the second round. w00t, w00t! Please help. Happy new year and congratulations to all … now get to work.
Oops. A leap year bug. I hate it when that happens.
Things should be fine by tomorrow, except for DRM glitches.
Round two of change.gov’s Open for Questions is up. The basic idea’s the same as before: you can vote yes/no on questions others have submitted, or submit your own. Last time, it was open for about three days and there were a million votes overall; replies came via a blog
Round two of change.gov’s Open for Questions is up.
Were you one of the 23,000 Obama supporters who got together on my.barackobama.com last July to protest his stance on FISA? If so, we’d like to include your photo in a cable TV ad we’re working on with SaysMe.tv that we’ll be broadcasting in Washington DC for the inauguration. Here’s
The rough cut of the ad’s up … want to be in it?
Did you know that Google might ship the personal information you provide to change.gov overseas, where it’s subject to local laws?
Excerpts and a link to my guest-post Turning the Page on FISA on change.org’s Criminal Justice blog.