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Join the largest online protest since SOPA - fixedByVonnie

Join the largest online protest since SOPA

Dear NSA Happy 4th

Yesterday, I told you about a massive online fourth of July protest against the NSA spying.

Today it starts.

This is unquestionably the largest internet defense league of action yet. Protests span 100 domestic cities and over 40 companies championing change.  The full list of anti-NSA spying advocates spans the full spectrum of some of the world’s most popular sites.  The big guys such as O’Reilly MediaImgur, Mozilla and iFixit will all be there.

The movement is being covered by the BBC, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, The Hill, CNET and more.

Visit Fight for Freedom, submit your complaint and take action:

  1. Add the Internet Defense League banner to your website
  2. Join the almost 10 million supporters on Thunderclap to make your voice heard.
  3. Donate toward a $25,000, 30 second TV ad to expand your reach.
  4. Take it to the streets.
  5. Call 1-STOP-323-NSA
  6. Share images
  7. Email Congress. So far over 548,000 have been sent.

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