Canadian organizations join campaign to protest NSA Internet surveillance


TORONTO – Canadian organizations have joined forces with American counterparts, including Internet giant Mozilla, to launch a campaign protesting the U.S. government’s Internet surveillance program.

StopWatching.Us calls on citizens and organizations from across the globe to call on the National Security Agency (NSA) to provide a better explanation of what online data, communications and interactions are being monitored.

The Privacy and Access Council of Canada, a Canadian non-profit privacy advocate, has joined the campaign along with Canadian journalist and author Cory Doctorow.

Read more here


About canux
© 2013 CyberTRAX Canada - All Rights Reserved.
Sponsored by C3SA Corp.