Did you participate in last year’s International Day of Privacy? If not (or if so), we have info on the quickly approaching 2014 event – Anonymous cordially requests your presence. RSVP on Twitter.
In a post over at Pastebin that doesn’t really make that much sense (it’s a translation), Internet activist group Anonymous shared some info on the upcoming International Day of Privacy.
Essentially, this is a day to raise awareness and peacefully protest against government surveillance. As always, Anonymous is fighting for fundamental rights and freedom. And lulz.
The protest is probably going to be similar to the Million Mask March of November 5th last year, with people all over the world taking to the streets to fight for their privacy and that of future generations.
This video explains more about it:
The International Day of Privacy is set for February 1st, and you can join the conversation using the hashtag #IDP2014 on Twitter. And if you want to participate, you can find out how by clicking here. Anonymous is looking for reporters, photographers, protestors, and — well, just about anyone who can help them make some noise.
Will you be joining the fight?