Anti-surveillance activists send a drone to pamphlet-bomb German NSA complex


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Snowden broke a nondisclosure EULA in order to uphold his Constitutional oath

A few hours after this happened, the website on the pamphlet was added to the web filters.


“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”

It seems the laugh-at-phase was skipped, but the TLAs and associated politicians are not ignoring us anymore.


What an excellent idea!


It’s a support group to help intelligent officers break free of their lives - think Alcoholic Anonymous for spies. The video on the homepage is done very well (Drake! Schneier!) and the publicity stunts are worth a look.

Billboard in front of the US embassy

Organized is this by Peng, think German The Yes Men.

The Wired piece linked in the original article gives a good summary of intelexit.

#6 Awesomness!


We know that there are employees of the Dagger Complex who are experiencing great moral conflict because of their tacit involvement in spying.

Wrong framing. Spying is cool - just ask James Bond.

What these creeps do is peeping.


And then they got hit with fines for littering!


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