Stop Watching Us: Largest privacy rally in U.S. history hits D.C.
Stop Watching Us is a collective of 100 public advocacy groups, among them the American Civil Liberties Union, Freedom Works, as well as individuals like Chinese artist/activist Ai Weiwei and Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who worked with Edward Snowden to expose many of the NSA's surveillance procedures. The began at 11:30 am local time on October 26 - the 12th anniversary of the US Patriot Act.
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While Americans continue to learn more about the data surveillance program run by the National Security Agency, civil liberties groups are organizing what's being billed as the largest privacy rally in United States history. The Rally Against Mass Surveillance - run by a coalition of over 100 public advocacy groups known as Stop Watching Us -...
Stop Watching US rally kicked off in US capital. People from all walks of life descended on Washington, DC to call for an end to mass NSA surveillance, reports VoR's correspondent. The event, which is being billed as the largest privacy rally in United States history, was organized by a diverse coalition of groups, including the American Civil...
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Jordee wrote October 28, 2013 7:18:10 AM CET
Interesting how leftist groups are fearing liberals and libertarians uniting against
a common cause: The threat to our liberties. It is obvious these leftist groups
are not for the common interests of the people, they are there to divide us.
properREDeye wrote October 27, 2013 1:10:07 PM CET
About time the American people started to pipe up about this in a tangible credible way. You are the people with the most influence over the government committing all these crimes against privacy, they are doing this in your names with your tax money!!! A stand is required if we are to regain our privacy as a species, except while you were taking a siesta they underhandedly sneaked policies through that mean you are a terrorist if you gather in a public place for a demonstration. You need to break a few eggs to make an omelette right?