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GCHQ - Don't Spy On Us
“Don't Spy on Us! Today is #thedaywefightback against mass surveillance. Take action now to reform UK spying law. http://thndr.it/1cblldo
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The Don't Spy On Us campaign is a coalition of Open Rights Group, Liberty, English PEN, Privacy International, Article 19 and Big Brother Watch - the most influential organisations who defend privacy, free expression and digital rights in the UK and in Europe.
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GCHQ - Don't Spy On Us
On Tuesday, internet users all over the world are standing up to say no to GCHQ and the NSA's mass surveillance. Over the last eight months we've heard plenty about how intelligence agencies monitor us on the Internet.


Current surveillance laws have let the UK intelligence services expand their reach deep into our private lives.

The Don't Spy On Us campaign is calling for:
  • an independent inquiry into UK surveillance to report before the General Election
  • a new law that will fundamentally reform the way GCHQ carries out mass surveillance
Help us get the word out to put an end to blanket Internet surveillance.
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