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So much for ‘fighting back’ against NSA surveillance. You can blame Silicon Valley for that

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2014

Tens of millions protested the Iraq invasion across dozens of countries in 2003, and we still went to war. An online protest saw 75,000 websites blacked out for a day in 2012, which led to the shelving of draft censorship laws. You can blame corporate America’s apathy for this next one.

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