Today, several US-based internet communities -- including 4chan (watch Christopher "moot" Poole's TED Talk), Mozilla (watch Gary Kovacs' talk), Fark (Drew Curtis has given a TED Talk too), and Reddit (Alexis Ohanian has given a talk and created a TED playlist) -- are rallying against NSA surveillance of the internet, as revealed by a whistleblower in June.
July 4, 2013
This July 4, protests against data surveillance
Some of us have been aware of this intrusive spying for years, and I'm so glad that so many more know about it now. (Thanks Naomi Wolf.)
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