Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Data Spying: Feb. 11 To Become “The Day We Fight Back”

The ACLU, Greenpeace, Reddit, Mozilla and a number of other organizations have banded together to fight back against data spying.

Data spying has become a hot topic in the U.S., ever since Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the National Security Agency’s data mining programs... Now a group of organizations and businesses are uniting in an effort to raise awareness about data spying. 

The ACLU, Greenpeace and other organizations have put together the website, letting everyone know that they’re planning to make a big statement on Feb. 11. That’s the date when we will see a bunch of Internet ads protesting the U.S. government’s data spying programs...

According to the site, U.S. Internet users will see banners which urge them to call or email Congress about the data spying issue. (more)