Freedom Not Fear: Ending A Decade Long Legacy of International Privacy Erosion | Electronic Frontier Foundation

It’s about time we got some noise out of Europe about the police state, which is trying to consolidate its universal control policies in the build-up to the global dictatorship some Christians have warned about for 2,000 years already, in fact foretold in the book of Daniel for more like three millenia:

Freedom Not Fear: Ending A Decade Long Legacy of International Privacy Erosion | Electronic Frontier Foundation

This Saturday, September 17th, concerned European citizens with the Freedom not Fear movement have decided to take their protest to the capital of the European Union, Brussels. Their slogan: Stop the surveillance mania! For five years in a row, Freedom Not Fear has taken to the streets in several cities in Europe and beyond to demand an end to suspicion-less surveillance measures. These include mandatory data retention laws and other reactionary surveillance measures that have been justified by the rhetoric of fear. Their protest efforts have been among the most meaningful demonstrations for this cause. Previously, Freedom not Fear protests were spread out across various European towns. For the first time, protesters from throughout Europe are descending on Brussels to directly confront the European Union’s policies at its headquarters….

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https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2011/09/freedom-not-fear-ending-decade-long-legacy-privacy-erosion

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