Anti-NSA Web Protest Planned for July 4

Published on July 3, 2013
by Geoffrey A. Fowler

On July 4, a coalition of Internet activists is planning to protest National Security Agency surveillance with a campaign designed to splash the text of the Fourth Amendment (which protects against “unreasonable searches”) across thousands of sites.

The online protest is being organized by the Internet Defense League, a group that helped create a high-profile Web blackout in 2012 to protest the SOPA copyright bill that Congress eventually dropped.

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