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Reset the Net : Don’t ask for your privacy, Take it back

June 1, 2014 1 comment

The day of action for privacy and freedom is on June 5th and is less than a week away. Join Reset the Net and pledge to take actions to protect your privacy.

Why Reset the Net?

NSA and Governments around the world has taken the Internet and turned it into a surveillance state. So let’s make it harder for NSA and anyone who want to spy on us. Our, best defense right now is to encrypt everything.

Here is a short video explaining everything.

Why June 5th?

June 5th, 2014 marks one year since the NSA’s classified documents about mass surveillance came to light. Thanks to Edward Snowden, British daily The guardian published this story last year. Here is a link to the original story published. Since then a lot of revelations have been made and more is yet to come as promised by Mr. Snowden.

 

ResetTheNet.org

Fight for your Privacy

Update:

On 6/5, 65 Things We Know About NSA Surveillance That We Didn’t Know a Year Ago –  By EFF

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