Monday, June 17, 2013

An easy, free way to start fighting back!

From the George Washington Blog comes a great idea. He says:

One free and easy way to protest mass surveillance, educate others, and yank Big Brother’s chain is simply to add a sentence to the end of your emails and web posts.
To give you the idea: you’ve seen the disclaimers at the end of emails from lawyers, investment advisers, and similar professionals.  You know, the ones that say stuff like “This is a confidential communication and can’t be used by anyone but the intended recipient”.  They put the same disclaimer at the end of every single email.
Why don’t we put our own disclaimer at the end of our emails and web comments, saying:
WARNING: The National Security Agency is likely recording and storing this communication as part of its unlawful spying programs on all Americans ... and people worldwide. The people who created the NSA spying program say that this communication - and any responses - can and will be used against the American people at any time in the future should folks in government decide to go after us for political reasons. And private information in digital communications may be given to big companies by the government.

Mass surveillance doesn't keep us safe, and even the top national security experts say that we don't need it. (They also say we should get a grip.).........

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