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Letter: Guinta and privacy

Frank Guinta was only in Congress for two years, but he had the chance several times to protect our privacy and failed each time.

He voted to allow employers to obtain employees’ Facebook and email passwords. But employers shouldn’t be sneaking peeks into their employees’ private communications.

He even voted to give the government the right to spy on our library records and see what we read!

I hope we won’t let Guinta back in Congress in November to take away even more of our privacy rights.



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