Fry, Elizabeth Gurney (1780–1845), an English prison reformer. She married Joseph Fry in 1800. Mrs. Fry, a devout Quaker, established an association in 1817 to improve the living conditions of the women in Newgate Prison, London. Later she visited prisons throughout Great Britain and on the European continent, urging reforms.
Prisons spy on inmates' telephone conversations to make sure the crooks aren't trafficking drugs or organizing gang riots from behind bars. But does this monitoring infringe on their rights?
If you need an analogy for PRISM, one apt comparison would be to HBO's show "The Wire." Just swap "U.S. government" for Baltimore police, "Internet data" for phone wiretaps, and name the target as "really anyone" instead of drug traffickers. Got it?