Don’t ask for your privacy. Take it back.
“On June 5, I will take strong steps to protect my freedom from government mass surveillance. I expect the services I use to do the same.” Once you pledge, get the privacy pack.
Ever since its exposure, the National Security Agency was thought to only survey the citizens of the United States. Over time these files, that Snowden has provided to news outlets, have warned us all that the NSA has been spying, intercepting, and dismantling ideas and plans from every corner of the globe.
Within governments, corporations, and activistic groups.
Both foreign, and domestic.
Their use of such programs have been heavily abused and mistreated.
Yet, starting today, June 5th, 2014, we as a collective, and as a people, will reset the net. In order to undergo such action we implore all to direct themselves to the description of this video. You will see a link that will direct you to a website called: resetthenet.org
With stress, we ask the public to closely and meticulously read every bit of data the website shows you, and gives you.
We will show the NSA and other spying infrastructures, such as GCHQ, that if they violate both our privacy and rights, we will take action by sitting in our homes, and transforming our computers, laptops, mobile devices, into weapons of security.
Today is the day when the National Security Agency and its affiliates will experience a blackout within their agency and infrastructure.
We are calling upon the citizens of the world to ready themselves to take suitable action online. And to educate others of the programs (that are provided on the site above) that will bring about security and comfort within your home.
We are anonymous.
We are legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
United as one. Divided by zero.
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