Anti-Surveillance Initiative Gives The NSA A Taste Of Its Own Medicine
The world now has the NSA under 24/7 public watch.
- 12 february 2014
According to the Washington Post, the NSA is “gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” NSA’s watchful eye has led to a massive digital protest initiated by The Day We Fight Back, which went live today.
To support this worldwide initiative, Happiness Brussels is giving the NSA a taste of its own medicine by launching “Spy On The NSA,” an online platform that surveillances the agency’s headquarters in Maryland. While we’re unsure whether this campaign is real or not, visitors of the site can supposedly watch everything that goes on outside of the building and in the parking lot.
Happiness Brussels is not the only organization to join forces with The Day We Fight Back, other global organizations like Reddit, Amnesty International, Tumblr, Upworthy are all taking a stand in the name of personal privacy.
If you want to see what the NSA is up to, you can do so here.