Today, I also checked the ACLU website, supposedly full of people concerned about civil liberties. Not a word. I did find a link to a paper which maintains that the Privacy Act of 1974 (overview) banned the government from maintaining information on citizens who are not the targets of investigations. I also found a link to the ACLU's Privacy Principles. #1 is "Your personal information should never be collected or given out without your knowledge and permission."
UPDATE: The Department of Justice has a number of Privacy and Civil Liberties Resources listed at its website. Under the provisions of the Patriot Act, the Department of Justice has a web page dedicated to receive complaints alleging abuses of civil rights and civil liberties. Unfortunately it is limited to DOJ employees. Perhaps you should write them anyway; maybe someone over there has an interest in civil rights?