The Day We Fight Back

February 11, 2014 - 12:00pm
The Internet

On February 11th, EFF will be joining thousands of websites in protesting mass surveillance by the NSA. We'll be using our website as a platform for users to speak out against spying abuses, giving users a simple way to contact their members of Congress. We are asking legislators in the U.S. to oppose the FISA Improvements Act, support the USA Freedom Act, as well as safeguard the privacy of non-Americans and end the NSA's campaign to undermine international encryption standards. Action-takers from outside of the U.S. will be prompted to sign a global petition opposing policies of mass, suspionless surveillance.

Please take part by installing a banner on your own website or tweeting on February 11th using the hashtag #StoptheNSA.

Learn how you can get involved.

There will also be local events in cities across the world. Find an event near you.

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