I applaud your activism. However, I invite you to consider the following:
The lawsuit is about the government snooping on phone records. What I am talking about on my website is the government implanting people's brains and manipulating their thoughts, actions, dreams, etc. using extremely sophisticated clandestine technology. The lawsuit does not go anywhere near those subjects. What, then, is the overall effect, value, or purpose of the lawsuit?
My answer would be:
1) to make the public think the problem is only a tiny fraction of what it actually is; and
2) that "something is being done about it"
3) through a properly functioning "legal system."
As far as I am concerned, this is all pure theatrics designed for consumption by a population of human livestock who never seem to figure out that the mainstream "news" media is 100% state-controlled. It represents yet another application of the Hegelian dialectic.
The ACLU, Amnesty International, and other groups that put themselves out there as "human rights watchdogs" won't come near the real issues with a ten foot pole. I would classify them in the same category as the media itself: completely controlled and fraudulent.