Join the largest online protest since SOPA to stop NSA spying

The facts are clear: the NSA has turned the Internet into a massive surveillance system. They're using the websites we love to track our every move. On July 4th, people are protesting in more than 100 cities across the U.S. The Internet Defense League and more than 30,000 websites will join the protest. Will you?

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  1. yes, technically it only violates the spirit of the constitution, and all moral principals, and the dignity of the American people.

  2. Are citizens of the US not part of the world?

  3. Thanks for the pic and link, BB. Maybe, though, the protest would be more meaningful if you stopped using trackers (Google Analytics etc) from a PRISM-provider.

  4. 1The protest was in the streets a decade ago. I was there. Where were you?
    2 Is there any chance you just now noticed it, rather than your claim that it didn't exist before?
    3 Why do you think it's 'pretending'? Seems there has been some significant evidence, your willingness to review evidence notwithstanding.

  5. Blaming the victim, 15 yards penalty, first down.

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