Can you sign our petition against the new Snoopers' Charter then share it to your friends?
This opens up the question of what the government and ISPs do next? Both are in a dubious legal situation now that data retention has no legal basis.
"We demand an end to indiscriminate retention, collection and analysis of everyone's Internet communications, regardless of whether they are suspected of a crime.
We want the police and intelligence agencies to have powers that are effective and genuinely protect our privacy and freedom of speech."
Can you join ORG today and give £5 a month to help us fight for digital rights at this incredibly challenging time?
The Lords are debating the new Snoopers Charter on Monday. Tell them to turn up and speak against the amendment!
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Tell your MP to stop the Data Retention Stitch Up!
Come and grill your MEP candidates at one of our European digital rights hustings in Manchester, Sheffield, Bristol, Norwich, London or Brighton in May!
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We campaign to change public policy whenever your rights are threatened, by talking to policy-makers, informing the public through the media, and mobilising our supporters.
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