Government surveillance is one of many critical issues acknowledged by Netizens around the globe. Worried about traffic monitoring and mass data surveillance, Internet users around the globe agonize that their privacy rights are being violated by vigilant agencies like the NSA and GCHQ.
Those who are concerned about Internet liberation and users’ privacy agitated against mass surveillance. Not only this, there had been many campaigns launched such as “The Day We Fight Back” to prohibit Internet surveillance and to protect users’ privacy. These campaigns were highly appreciated and participated in by individuals from every corner of the world.
June 5th is yet another day to promote Internet liberation and condemn mass surveillance. The purpose of this campaign is to promote liberated and secure Internet. The organizers of this campaign are one of the world’s leading websites who have named it: “Reset the Net”.
— Nicole Sandler (@nicolesandler) June 2, 2014
Speaking of anti-surveillance campaigns recently witnessed, Reset the Net is supposedly superior to them all. Hosted by around 200 leading websites, Reset the Net campaign promotes NSA-resistant software by all concerned individuals to take a strong step against online mass surveillance.
Reclassifying broadband is just the first step. We need to #resetthenet and start outsmarting governments and monopolies with tech & action
— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) May 15, 2014
Some popular websites joining the campaign are: Google, Reddit, Imgur and Boing Boing along with the groups that promote human rights such as Amnesty International and Greenpeace. The war started by Edward Snowden and those who came before him has finally started to turn into our favor. We are not alone in this fight anymore.
— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) June 2, 2014
June 5th, 2013 was the day we all knew that the NSA has been spying on us. The report published on The Guardian was based on the facts provided by whistleblower – Edward Snowden (Former CIA employee and the NSA contractor). Let June 5th, 2014 be the day we fight for it – our privacy, our liberation and our online freedom.
Join the cause – spread the word – embrace true online freedom – and #ResetTheNet.
— Roy Miller (@zyor2010) June 4, 2014
— Daniel Wallen (@TheWallenWay) June 4, 2014
— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) June 3, 2014
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