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Sign on to Stop Stingray Surveillance
Stingrays (aka "IMSI-catchers") are a growing concern for digital privacy. This invasive cell phone surveillance device CAN'T be targeted, and CAN capture up to 10,000 people at a time. They're capturing our most sensitive information without our consent.

We already know they're being used in countries including the U.S. and Germany. Law enforcement in countries including Canada and the U.K. are refusing to answer any questions on them. Without transparency on when and how how these technologies are being used, we have no way of holding our law enforcement agencies accountable for their actions.

That's why we've pulled together a coalition of organizations who are working to help draw attention to this critical issue, and call to Stop Stingray Surveillance.

We want to get as many people as we possibly can to speak out – and that's where you come in!

If you work for an organization that would like to support this action, and help citizens' voices be heard in this debate, we'd love to have you on board.

Provide us with some quick details below, and we'll let you know when the action page is ready, and give you all the resources you need to let your community know about this important campaign.

This campaign is being organized by OpenMedia, and hosted in partnership with BC Civil Liberties Association, Pivot Legal, The Nation, Color of Change, and the Center for Media Justice. If you have any questions about the campaign, its contents, or our partners, please contact Laura Tribe at laura@openmedia.org.

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