“Reset the Net” campaign aims for a surveillance free internet.


“Reset the Net” campaign aims for a surveillance free internet.

After Edward Snowden revealed that the U.S. government is spying on individuals  and organisations on the internet, a digital rights group claimes on Thursday that  it has found a method for both, organisations and individuals, how to avoid  surveillance on the net, especially regarding the NSA.

This group launched a campaign named “Reset the Net” in which they told  American citizen the steps which can be taken to protect their privacy. Also did  they teach corporate companies how to encrypt their websites and make them safer against webattacks, and even talked about some user-friendly tools which can be used to shield phones, computers, tablets, etc.

Evan Greer, campaign manager for digital rights nonprofit organization “Fight for the Future” said,”We’ve been leaving the door unlocked on the web, allowing the National Security Agency (NSA) to carry out it’s mass or dragnet surveillance with little resistance.”


However Anonymous and many other digital rights organisations have been protesting both on the net and the field to show their disrespect to the NSA. At the same time Germany’s top prosecutor, Attorney General Harald Range, said that they have enough digital evidence regarding bugging of Angela Merkel’s phone to call an official investigation.

The revolution has already begun guys, WordPress (CMS) which powers around 22 percent websites and blogs on the internet (including corporate and government websites) is going to seal its servers with SSL to protect the privacy of it’s users. Also, Tumblr (hosting 1 % of the websites on the WWW) has also told about plans regarding encryption of servers with SSL.

And there is more to it, large corporates including Google, Mozilla, Twitter, Dropbox and Reddit have showed their support for this campaign.

So you guys ready to protect your privacy? This is the package (by Fight for the Future digital organization) which you can use to protect your information from the NSA.

Author: Alpha X,”At the end I would like to say just a few words, protect your self and support this campaign to have a surveillance free internet. Drop your views and queries below. Please tweet this post and spread the message. I’m Alpha X, we are Anonymous, we are the Legion, Expect Us!!!


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  1. Something to think on: accessing the internet without being on the internet; complete anonymity. Network virtualization?

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    Charlie Klein June 2014
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    [email protected]

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    “Freedom is more than a word or concept, It it the moral imperative of every Human Being, Who Loves and Values life, to jealously protect, and fight for with all of their fiber and essence!

    Without Freedom, life becomes a meaningless existence,
    With Freedom life has no bounds!!! ”

    Charlie Klein June 2014
    [email protected]

  4. Well aren’t these people trying so damn hard before the global communication can inform everyone of how this will steal the privacy for hundreds of millions of Americans and non-Americans alike. We must fight for it now and harder than ever, Google has already bee helping the military in innovating the quantum computer into the commercial world, it is a short matter of time and space that will move this new technology as the government’s next primary weapon directed on the people, against the people. With 600,000-1,000,000 strong we and other organizations with beneficial actions are making a difference in public appeal to the defense against such corruption and it’s programs, yet we must move faster. They’re a year or two away from serious firewalls, and it’ll take a long time to water them down or reverse the damage before we can re-direct this new oncoming series of attacks and organization attempting to censor the WWW, and our many networks. Warn everyone about the censorship and SLOW THE NSA DOWN. In any which way. Utilize both legislation and revolution; we must use every means possible to stop them before someone like Hillary gets anywhere near it. We’ve seen the Damage Obama has done, and it’s only getting worse.

  5. One thing that does bother me about LaCk of survillence is the amount of drug dealers, terrorists, and underaged pornography producers (just to name a few) that might get away with what they’re doing – I wouldn’t want to have another Silkroad (which took months for the owner to be arrested)

    I’m all for liberty, I just think whatever’s posted on the internet should be reasonable and not something you’d have to hide from the world (even if it is private). 80% of the internet is the Deep Web – can we get anymore private than that?

  6. Try using burning lasers to permanently disable CCTV. I haven’t tried it yet but I am expecting that the burning laser will destroy the sensitive components in the camera.
    Rendering it useless.

    • an EMP could be even more useful, also disabling all other electronic devices nearby
      but a 1-2 watt laser would be a cheaper, safer and more selective approach (even though the phones of the people around you can be used for spying, disabling them doesnt help for PR and would set the government in its “protector” role, again

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  10. The problem is that companies such as Twitter etc. are forced by legal pressure (or other primary incentive) virtually obliging them to co-operate with surveillance corporations requests to keep data. I would endorse any steps to improve anonymity for activists and those wishing to further the rights of people to not be oppressed, I guess it’s the nature of some IT people to want everything to be traceable when doing work for clients in a legal setting e.g. a business, but hopefully this historical bias towards full traceability will slide eventually, but that opens up further problems when it comes to rastapaeds and other moral undesirables 🙁 that said, I am hopeful there will still be some protections to enable stamping out of such nastiness so collectively that kind of thing can be destroyed or tracked and passed on to the law if needs be, that I think we can most of us agree on when it comes to the protection of children is paramount in the redesign of systems 🙂

  11. I am sure that the NSA uses custom coded software/hardware to trawl the net in search of the information they need. I am also sure that this type of software/hardware is known to someone involved in some hacktivist group. Isnt it possible to code a virus that infects every PC on the internet to shield from this form of freedom breach? So instead of a virus that harms… it helps. Replicating itself into other systems. Like phages, it infects and kills bacteria (NSA codes). It could even recieve over-the-air updates on new NSA tactics.
    Just some out of the box thinking here.

    • Hell,.. with support from companies, this “virus” could even be embedded in the code of their software to help spread the protection. Imagine companies lika Java or Adobe Reader getting involed. Not to mention anti-virus companies actually including it within their own code. Open source it!

    • it would be fucking difficult to achieve that, for sure. even the older government trojans integrate themselves into the OS, deep enough to be theoretically impossible to remove. and i even heard of trojans being integrated in drivers and even the internal firmware of storage disks (!!!)
      if someone can do it, do it. but i dont think so. all it could possibly do is guarding uninfected systems, but since all new systems are infected out of the box, this wouldn’t be of much use
      something i would appreciate even more is a software which could reliable check whether the system is safe or not, and in case its infected, who can read which data


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