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From: Andrew Felch <REDACTED@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: Congress passed the USA Freedom Act!
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 15:30:59 -0700
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No problem Bro.
> On Jun 2, 2015, at 3:14 PM, Jess Hemerly, Google <noreply@takeaction.
> Andrew, we did it.
> Congress passed the USA Freedom Act!
> It's been a long road to get here, with plenty of impassioned debate along the way. But the passage of the USA Freedom Act marks an important step toward comprehensive surveillance reform.
> The USA Freedom Act prevents bulk collection of users' communications under a number of legal authorities, enables Internet companies like Google to report the number of national security demands that we receive in smaller ranges, and creates new oversight and accountability mechanisms.
> Thank you for hanging in there with us and taking action when it was needed. Your voice was critical in influencing how your Senators and Representatives voted on the USA Freedom Act. Once again, we've shown that Internet users across the country can shape public policy by speaking up.
> This is a win for the Internet so let's take a moment to celebrate.
> But it's important to remember that this is only the beginning. USA Freedom is the first step toward meaningful surveillance reform. We still have work to do, so stay tuned for more from us in the future.
> Thank you for being a part of this,
> Jess Hemerly
> Google Inc.
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