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Posted by on Jun 11, 2013 in Internet |

Mozilla, Reddit, 4Chan and more come together to demand an end to the plan of the U.S. government spying

Mozilla, Reddit, 4Chan and more come together to demand an end to the plan of the U.S. government spying

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The recently revealed plan of the National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States, which can monitor the information they have companies like Google, Microsoft, Facebook and other people, has been strongly condemned in that country. However, there are many clues that the plan is going to stop working, despite the scandal.

For that reason, companies like Mozilla, Reddit, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), along with 86 different organizations signed a letter and launched an online campaign demanding an end to this program.

The campaign reminds held against SOPA and PIPA , where several companies black painted their sites in protest.

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