EFF has just launched the Summer Security Camp, a two-week membership drive that challenges people everywhere to gather ‘round the online rights movement and prepare for the privacy and free speech challenges in their paths.
Through the 4th of July, anyone can join EFF or renew as a Silicon level member for just $20 and receive a set of miniature field guides with shareable security tips covering these crucially relevant issues:
- Border Search: know your rights and defend personal data at the border.
- Digital Security for Protesters: protect communications while taking action.
- Surveillance Self-Defense: keep information safe from prying eyes every day.
The EFF site contains extensive analysis of these topics and much more, but the Summer Security Camp's printed pocket guides distill some of the most important information to help keep you safe on the go, come what may. Members will have access to home-printable versions of these tips to share with friends and family because as we know, privacy is a team sport and everyone wins.
As a bonus, participants will receive a special edition embroidered patch to help them show support for the cause. Think of it as a digital civil liberties merit badge.
Threats to privacy and free expression abound, but EFF doesn’t believe in the no-win scenario. We work every day to defend user rights and empower you with knowledge that you can share in your community. The more prepared we are and the more we can count on each other, the stronger we’ll be. Let’s take a stand for online rights today!