Today we fight back against mass surveilance

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Today (February 11,2014) is an international day to show your protest against surveillance on internet by intelligence agencies like NSA and their acts to monitor and control our internet privacy.  As an open source enthusiast and as a professional involved in the IT area, I strongly believe, that technology should be used as an extension of human mind and free will, to help it reach further, not to restrict it. Surveillance in internet is an act of violence against the human rights, free will, the freedom of speech and against you and your own private data.

The site to show your support to the cause and your protest against mass surveillance is here:

How could you help?

Just spread the word, show that you care. Write a blog post, share the information to your friends on the social networks, tweet about it, or anyway you feel comfortable with, just make the world know that you have an opinion, be creative.

To support the cause I would like to share this short video from Ted, by Mikko Hypponen, concerning intelligence agencies, and the mass surveillance that they perform on every one of us and how far did they went. Hope this is helpful.

Thanks for your time.

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Senior software engineer in testing. The views I express here are mine, they don't represent any position held by any of my employers. Experience in mobile, automation, usability and exploratory testing. Rebel-driven tester, interested in the scientific part of testing and the thinking involved. Testing troll for life. Retired gamer and a beer lover. Martial arts practitioner.

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