Friday, June 5, 2009

It has been a long time

unfortunately, due to a variety of reasons and risks, I have been unable to continue posting here.

However, with the following news coming out, I feel compelled to try this again.


Congratulations to JPL. And to everyone who has stood against the turning over of civil liberties in the name of security contracts to companies who are effectively writing the policies.

Please keep up the fight if it is important to you. Ask questions. This fight could go to the Supreme Court and we must make it known that this issue is bigger than JPL. It is not just for Caltech employees. This is a constitutional issue, and we should all be watching and concerned.

Please continue to comment and post to give your feedback. And if you want to show your support at work, consider asking the JPL folks for a free T-shirt.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to JPL and the brave fight for your constitutional rights!

Glad to see your post. I agree this issue is bigger than JPL as ALL federal agencies are faced with this. I work at the CDC. I am trying to find out what is happening to workers outside of JPL. Are they compelled to sign away their privacy rights? Is there any recent news from anyone else? Thanks

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