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Defending free expression at the Supreme Court

Defending Free Expression at the Supreme Court

We're intervening in a crucial Supreme Court case that will have global implications for the future of online free expression. Please chip in whatever you can so we can make a lasting impact.

The Internet shouldn't have a toll booth

Regulators in Europe are about to make a decision that will fundamentally impact how the Internet works — one that will be felt worldwide. Make sure to take action and tell regulators not to create a toll booth online.
Save the Link

Save The Link

Linking is the foundation of the Web. Tell decision-makers that you oppose regulations that aim to censor links.
My Netflix my privacy

My Netflix, My Privacy

Tell Netflix NOW: “Stand up to Big Media bullies and do not block pro-privacy VPN technology.”
Stingrays

Put a stop to invasive Stingray surveillance

Stingrays (also known as “IMSI-catchers”) are surveillance devices that can suck up sensitive, personal info in our cell phones. Calls, emails, and texts – our most intimate moments. We know they’re being used in countries including the U.S. and Australia, and other governments are fighting to keep their use a secret. We must rein this in. 
No Fake Internet

No Fake Internet

Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org will control what billions do online.
TPP final battle

The final battle over the TPP just began. Stand with us.

The TPP was just signed by all participating nations. But we have a plan to stop key countries from ratifying this dangerous pact and stop it dead in its tracks. We need you on our side for final battle to stop the TPP
This is our crowdsourced agenda for Free Expression

Crowdsourced Agenda for Free Expression

Internet users from across the globe have come together to create a crowdsourced vision for free expression online. Over 300,000 people from 155 countries worldwide helped shape our roadmap for a Digital Future that includes us all.

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