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Innocent words, misinterpreted
A cable TV ad in progress, aimed at for a broader audience, who may not be familiar with FISA, getting people to understand what the isue is and why it matters. Discussion thread here. More background here.
For our earlier ads, please see President Obama, please get FISA right and Fight FISA on TV, Round 2
Visuals: A teenager talking on the phone with a foreign national overseas (another teen -- a student, a relative)
Overseas person: "Too bad I can't fly in for the inauguration. Are you going to shoot some video for me?"
Teen: "Oh yeah. I'll shoot so much that MySpace will explode when I upload it. It'll be da bomb."
visual transition indicating bulk surveillance (computers, data mining, etc.)
cut to intelligence worker looking at a page with "explode", "shoot", "bomb", and "inauguration" in big letters.
- page title: FISA Bulk Wiretapping report
Voiceover: ""innocent words, misinterpreted ... the FISA Amendments Act mocks the rule of law. Join us at Get FISA Right dot net".
(Versions for different organizations could have different final images/tag lines)
- Dialog originally based on PrivacyActivism's Carabella: CFP03 or Bust; used with permission
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|JonPincus||Feedback on revised scripts for the inauguration ad? (page: 1 2)||23||Dec 20 2008, 5:13 PM EST by Sallijane|
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Let's hear it!
PS: The scripts are at http://get-fisa-right.wetpaint.com/page/Inauguration+ad
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|Anonymous||Excellent work ...||0||Dec 16 2008, 8:23 PM EST by Anonymous|
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Excellent work on the "Innocent Words" script. That's how I've felt all along -- and is ultimately why I couldn't bring myself to vote for Obama in November. (Wrote someone in instead.) Thank you!
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