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I know it can feel like Don Quixote tilting at windmills, but basically you can do the classic things: contact your congressman and senator. As the tweet you mentioned suggests, the voice of individuals may not mean much to a lot of politicians compared to corporations with a river of cash, but it is still the best option we have. You could also donate to the Electronic Freedom Foundation, the main organization who fights this sort of thing, I suppose. Speaking of the EFF, they have a link where you can contact your congressman/senator, but I think a telephone call and/or physical letter is more effective. Still, it's better than nothing. Oh, and I also suggest you remember what they do when you are in the voting booth next election.