It sure is a busy couple days to close out the week. This morning, the TAC partnered in trolling the NSA with a blimp over their spy facilities in Utah. Tomorrow, I have a day with NationBuilder and an event with Restore the Fourth.
I was quoted in the EFF press release about the positive effects of a broad coalition:
“Our right to privacy is not a partisan issue. It’s a human rights issue,” said Michael Boldin, executive director and founder of the Tenth Amendment Center. “This coalition gives great hope for the future because it shows that people across the political spectrum can set aside differences to work together for common cause.”
Tomorrow, I’m spending a full day at NationBuilder, the leading online organizing tool for political campaigns, advocacy, etc. Maybe I’ll get certified?
Then, in the evening, I’ll be on a panel at Restore the Fourth’s event on Mass Surveillance – speaking along with friends Peter Bibring of ACLU and Hamid Khan of Stop LAPD Spying Coalition.
— MichaelBoldin (@michaelboldin) June 27, 2014
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