The Day We Fight Back

The Day We Fight BackWe like the Internet and especially its openness. The latter, however, means also that everything that travels through it can be intercepted, stored, and analyzed. And we don’t like to be watched. We clearly support an open Internet free of mass surveillance.

Please visit The Day We Fight Back and sign the action to show your support if you care about an Internet where people world-wide can communicate freely both in public or privately without being watched and analyzed by the government, other institutions, or companies.

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One Response to “The Day We Fight Back”

  1. Richard Hermann says:

    Surveillance and holding communications must be subject to independent review and accountability by all branches of the government to prevent abuses and provide truly needed and timely information.

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