The U.S. government and its partners are snooping on everything we do online. The documents Edward Snowden released nearly two years ago have laid the facts bare.
"We've got agencies looking through webcams into people's bedrooms," Snowden told Amnesty International recently. "And they're collecting billions of cell phone location records a day. They know where you got on the bus, where you went to work, where you slept, and what other cell phones slept with you.
Some people say: 'If you've done nothing wrong, you've got nothing to hide'. But that puts huge trust in U.S. politicians to do the right thing. "We could have the most responsible government in the world today," says Snowden. "But tomorrow there could be a change."
Join us and call on President Obama to ban mass surveillance, including by amending Executive Order 12333, an obscure presidential order that the NSA is using to conduct global surveillance with extremely little accountability.