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We all understand the need for security, but not security at the cost of privacy, freedom and unchecked governmental intrusion into the lives of our citizens. Thomas Jefferson is quoted as having said that "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." As citizens of the world, we need to stay vigilant and let our voices be heard. After all, as we say at Endurance, it is one more way to "Help Make the Web a Better Place” for all of us.
You may recall past examples of governmental excesses…
These are all examples of governmental over-reaching. Is it still going on? Come on, we’re better than that!
Today, organizations and individuals around the world have come together to support the following International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance.
They make sense.
We support them.
David Bryson, Web Civility Advocate