Reset the Net for the first anniversary of leaks by Edward Snowden

Reset the Net. The first anniversary of the leaks that came from Edward is approaching, and many people continue to protest mass practices of the NSA while lawmakers stand idly by and watch the secret service continue its actions.

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More than 30 groups of civil liberties and technology companies have joined forces against NSA actions and have planned "Reset the Net" or "Reset the Net" a day full of activism. The day set is June 5th.

The site set up for that particular day he urges his guests to stop just asking for their privacy and instead to take it back.

The Activist Movement Reset the Net has been organized by the movement "Fight for the Future”Whose members are the websites-services Reddit, DuckDuckGo, FreePress, Imgur, Boing Boing, Greenpeace and many others.

So far, the following are involved:

rtnΗ displays the branded sites participating in the protest. Surely there are many others whose names do not appear on the front page. If you are an administrator you can register at the bottom of the home page.

The move prompts developers to start offering protection to users by assimilating into their applications anti-NSA features such as SSL (Secure Socket Layer), TGV (HTTP Strict Transport Security) and Perfect Forward Secrecy. In theory, these software can protect the world from government spying, or at the very least, make it harder for intelligence agencies to access. In addition to app developers, he also urges all webmasters to use secure HTTPS, to encrypt their data.

You can watch the action announcement video from official webpage. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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