Join Google, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, TechFreedom, the Computer and Communications Industry Association, and Americans for Tax Reform to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986.
Join Google, CDT, ACLU, EFF, CEI, TechFreedom, CCIA, and Americans for Tax Reform at the capital's most awesome party - Party Like It's 1986.
What's not totally awesome is that electronic privacy law is older than the web - written back in the digital dark ages of 1986. That's right, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), the federal law that is supposed to help protect our personal information, was written 25 years ago. It's as outdated as a mobile phone the size of a brick.
So that's why we're breaking out the legwarmers and high tops, Walkmen and mixtapes. Party Like It's 1986 - Demand Privacy Like It's 2011.
While you're waiting for the party to start, make sure to sign our petition to get ECPA reformed.
Only the Center for Democracy & Technology will have access to RSVP email addresses and it will not use them for any other purpose.