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CFPHR participated in Freedom, Not Fear Day

CFPHR participated in Freedom, Not Fear Day October 11, 2008.

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OCTOBER 11, 2008

In recognition of October 11, Freedom not Fear Day, many organizations in the
United States set out the following recommendations:
• End Watch Lists, Fusion Centers and other data profiling programs that fail to
comply with the full requirements of the federal Privacy Act;
• Affirm international human rights, including freedom of expression and
privacy protection so as to strengthen democratic institutions and protect the
rights of individuals;
• Repeal the Patriot Act and other legal authorities that permit warrantless
surveillance and unconstitutional monitoring and tracking of individuals;
• End the culture of secrecy that allows government officials to hide
mismanagement, fraud, and incompetence behind the veil of “homeland
• Establish comprehensive data protection legislation that will safeguard
personal information and reduce the risk of identity theft and security

We, the undersigned organizations, join in support of Freedom not Fear
International action day:

1. American Policy Center
2. Center for Financial Privacy and Human Rights
3. Computing Professionals for Social Responsibility
4. Consumer Federation of America
5. Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)
6. Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)
7. Fairfax County Privacy Council
8. Identity Project
9. IP Justice
10. Liberty Coalition
11. Patient Privacy Rights
12. Privacy Times
13. Privacy‐Activism
14. U.S. Bill of Rights Foundation