[IRP] FW: [ORG-action] Block Phorm
Mon Mar 30 19:07:30 EEST 2009
Thanks Lisa - this group looks like a natural allie - it would be good to
reach out to them and have them participate in our coalition
Anybody willing & able to contact them?
2009/3/29 Lisa Horner <lisa at global-partners.co.uk>
> *From:* Co-ordinating grassroots support for UK digital rights [mailto:
> org-action at lists.openrightsgroup.org]
> *Sent:* Fri 27/03/2009 17:00
> *To:* org-action at lists.openrightsgroup.org
> *Subject:* [ORG-action] Block Phorm
> This week, we raised the pressure on Phorm, by asking major websites
> to block Phorm from intercepting their data.
> We?ve yet to have a firm decision from many of these sites ? Facebook,
> MSN, Google, Youtube, AOL, Yahoo, Amazon and Ebay. But others,
> including several major sites, have already agreed to block Phorm.
> Find out more about this on the blog next week.
> Right now, we need to pile on the pressure. Once sites start blocking
> Phorm, more people will understand that the concerns are real, and
> Phorm can be stopped.
> == Take Action ==
> 1 If you?re on Facebook, join the group:
> 2 Blog about it! Tweet the FB link ? get the message out to your friends.
> 3 Block Phorm: opt your website out, and let us know by emailing
> blockphorm at openrightsgroup.org
> 4 Email your favourite sites. Make the emails FAO Chief Privacy
> Officer. Take the text from our standard letter here:
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> digital rights. Please donate via
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