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Protect encryption

5 eyes: Save Encryption

Ministers from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the U.S. have gone public with their plans for a huge attack on our personal security. We must stop these attacks on privacy.
No Free Trade Without a Free Internet

No Free Trade Without a Free Internet

We need to make sure that our voices are as loud as possible from the very beginning of this process: we cannot let NAFTA sacrifice our digital rights.
No Social for U.S. Visas

No Social Media for U.S. Visas

New rules are forcing people to submit their social media information to obtain U.S. visas. Send an urgent fax to key representatives to stop this.
Net Neutrality: Make your voice count

Net Neutrality: Make your voice count

You can stop the FCC from destroying #NetNeutrality. Write a letter to your local newspaper using our tool and make your voice count.
Net Neutrality: The Internet Fights Back​

Net Neutrality: The Internet Fights Back​

Undemocratic forces are working to destroy the Internet we know and love. And we’re here to fight back. Tell the FCC you support an open Internet and the Title II Net Neutrality protections it relies on.
Strong Encryption Saves Lives

Save Our Security - Strong encryption saves lives

Use our tool to write a letter to the editor stating that encryption is vital to the security of UK citizens. Help put pressure on your MP to stand up for strong encryption.
Letter to the Editor: Defend Your Privacy at the Border

Letter to the Editor: Defend Your Privacy at the Border

Want to stop warrantless searches of your cellphone at the border? Your local paper is the way to go! And we've made it super easy to speak up.
Save Our Security UK

Save Our Security – UK

Tell Home Secretary Amber Rudd: Encryption keeps us safe. Do not weaken everyone’s security by creating backdoors that hackers and malicious actors can exploit.

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. 

Stop the Internet Censorship Machine

Dangerous new copyright censorship proposals are on their way. Endorse our call to the U.S. Copyright Office to stop them.
Defend America's Internet

Defend America’s Internet

Our open Internet is under intense attack right now. Will you stand with us for an open web?

Defend Border Privacy

U.S. politicians want to force every single traveller at the airport to hand over their digital devices, unlock them, and provide their social media passwords. Join the international outcry to stop this before it becomes law.

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.


Say NO to backdoors! Speak out to save before it's too late:
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Creating backdoors on for gov'ts puts us all at risk & makes us an easy target for malicious hackers:
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RT : "As Michael Geist put it in 2013, cell phone carriers raise prices 'because they can.'"
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RT : Equifax says 100,000 Canadians likely affected by data breach
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RT : If it's contentious you had to hold a secret vote to approve the policy, something is very wrong.
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