Win $1000 for your NSA Surveillance cartoon

From Global Voices Online: "The Web We Want invites cartoonists, creatives and artists to join The Day We Fight Back on February 11, 2014 by creating an original cartoon about online surveillance and the right to privacy. The cartoons should help increase awareness about the NSA and demand accountability for mass digital surveillance in a way that makes people want to click and share."

The deadline is Feb 8. Entries have to be Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike licensed. First prize: $1000. Second prize: $500. Third prize: $250.

These are badly needed! The world's bloggers cry out for NSA images to use with their Snowden posts other than the traditional "Still of Snowden from that Reuters video;" "Photo of the giant NSA data-center in Utah" and "EFF screaming eagle NSA logo."

Submit Cartoons on NSA Surveillance and Win $1000

(Thanks, Hugh!)

(Image: Commander Keith Alexander on the bridge" Cartoon shared by DonkeyHotey (CC BY-SA 2.0))