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Reset The Net/Claim your Privacy from Gov't surveillance

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Reset The Net/Claim your Privacy from Gov't surveillance
Today is the day. The largest websites on the Internet have joined us, and weíre literally blocking dragnet government surveillance on a significant portion of the web. Now itís your turn. If we do this right, it could be the biggest thing weíve ever done together.

No more waiting. Itís time for each and every one of us to take the first step toward a better Internet and a better world. Politicians wonít protect our privacy. Itís up to us.

Protect yourself now -- get the Reset the Net privacy pack for your computer, accounts, phones, more: [link to pack.resetthenet.org (secure)]

Privacy isnít about whether we have something to hide, itís about our ability to be ourselves. Itís about whether or not we want to live in a world with freedom of speech. Itís about whether or not we care about the future of democracy in the world.

Privacy also isnít only for tech geeks and geniuses. The free, open source apps that weíre suggesting in the Reset the Net privacy pack are easy enough for everyone to use. Heck, send them to your technically challenged parents. The more of us that use these tools the safer we all are, not only from the NSA, but from any government, company, or bad actor that wants to invade our privacy.

No idea where to start? No problem. Click here learn about the easy tools weíre recommending.

Today we begin the largest collective effort in human history to secure the Internet and directly interfere with dragnet spying. Reset the Net is not a single day of action -- itís a coordinated, long term effort that will actually work. Itís already workin g. Just today the pressure weíve created pushed major sites like Wordpress, Tumblr, Dropbox, Twitter, and Mozilla to take real, meaningful steps that will make suspicionless spying much tougher.

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