Being a Verizon customer, along with being a Comcast subscriber, I would like to file a class-action lawsuit against both companies for allowing my personal e-mail and cellular phone calls to be made available to the government. I agreed to their privacy agreement. They agreed to the privacy agreement because they wrote it, and I did not change anything about it. They failed to adhere to their rules.
I know the government requested the information from both companies, but we can still sue and allow the courts and a jury to make the decision on the legality of their actions. We have no defense against the government, but we do against companies that allow our rights to be taken from us.
We, the people, need a course of action against the government; our only recourse is to sue the companies that allow the government to go against our constitution, which gives us the right to privacy.
Royal Palm Beach