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Anonymous #OpBigBrother#IDP13 International Day for Privacy (02/23/2013)

International Day for Privacy (02/23/2013)

Citizens of the world, we are Anonymous

Since we invited you to show our fellow citizens that our privacy matters, you made several times #OpBigBrother’s voice surround in many countries and paperstormed efficiently to inform people about the threats of surveillance systems on our fundamental Rights.

We know all of you participating, found the good way to make information flow. Thanks to all for your hard work in the preparation of those days of action. You proved that most of the people didn’t know anything about the future surveillance society that is being drawn with projects like INDECT or Trapwire because media stay silent on those matters.

Most of the time, we know that information on all those projects are hidden, or, when they are publicly available, all is done to make the people unable to understand without deep investigation on documents related. All that shows only a will to prevent people from understanding the true consequences of such things on their lives.

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IDP13 Oklahoma City Feb 23rd, 2013 12:30 -2PM

International Day FOR Privacy 2013 in OKC

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2nd Floor Rotunda 12:30 – 2PM
Keynote Speaker: Amie Stepanovich, EPIC, drone policy expert. Ryan Kiesel, Dir. OK ACLU on geolocation privacy. Amanda Teegarden, Exec. Dir. OK-SAFE is our event MC.

Facebook Event Pages

Oklahomans For Fourth Amendment Rights https://www.facebook.com/events/243434105789069/

#OpBigBrother OKC https://www.facebook.com/events/140190409470032/?ref=ts&fref=ts

There are three bills in the Oklahoma legislature that everyone concerned about Fourth Amendment rights should know about-on Sat. we will tell you more about what you can do to help get these bills passed into law.

Here they are;

House Bill 1556-the Oklahoma Unmanned Aerial Surveillance Act
HB 1556 by Rep. Paul Wesselhoft requires law officers, absent an emergency, to obtain a warrant first before using drones for surveillance purposes and prohibits the state from outfitting drones with weapons.

House Bill 1557 - the Geolocation Information Protection Act
HB 1557 by Rep. Paul Wesselhoft requires a warrant for law enforcement access to cellphone data except in certain emergency situations.

HB1559 by Rep. Paul Wesselhoft would prohibit the state Public Safety Department from installing Radio Frequency Identification tracking technology in a driver's license or state-issued identification card.

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