Dustin Volz
Defense One
February 7, 2014

Circle Feb. 11 on your calendar. You’re going to notice something a little different when browsing the Internet that day.

Thousands of civil-liberty and online-freedom groups and websites will take to the digital streets next week to wage a coordinated war against the National Security Agency’s spying powers, a battle strike reminiscent of a virtual protest that two years ago killed an online piracy bill.

Billing the protest as “The Day We Fight Back,” organizers are promising banners will be prominently displayed on websites across the Internet urging users to engage in viral activity expressing their opposition to the NSA. Additionally, those banners will ask readers to flood the telephone lines and email in-boxes of congressional offices to voice their support of the Freedom Act, a bill in Congress that aims to restrict the government’s surveillance authority.

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