The Day We Fight Back Against Mass Surveillance

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Today is the day we fight back against massive NSA surveillance.

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THE FACTS

The NSA "has secretly broken into the main communications links that connect Yahoo and Google data centers around the world."
— THE NEW YORK TIMES

The NSA is collecting the content and metadata of emails, web activity, chats, social networks, and everything else as part of what it calls "upstream" collection.
— THE WASHINGTON POST

The NSA collected "almost 3 billion pieces of intelligence from US computer networks" in one month in 2013.
— THE GUARDIAN

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  • sam garvaux

    Hating to be ambiguous. Like, still cannot decide whether Snowden is a hero or villain.

    Obviously this post is about action(s) taken to curtail our governments spying on it's own citizens and others & their governments.

    I do know if we over-react and manage to stop too much of our own government's surveillance, and assume that other governments will follow suit, we'd be naive, to say the least AND put our own people at risk.

    Seems an almost a "devil to pay either way" situation.

    Personally, I've become resigned to seeing a world where everyone might (except corporations & governments) consider their activities and affairs an OPEN BOOK!