We've got a huge challenge on our hands. You've probably read about Edward Snowden's leaks revealing the NSA's PRISM and GCHQ's Tempora mass surveillance programmes.
Here in the ORG office, they've managed to both shock us and confirm our worst suspicions.
We now know the US can monitor what up to 95% of the world's population does online. If you use the services provided by US firms like Google, Skype and Facebook and you're a non-American outside the USA, the US Government simply doesn't accept your right to privacy.
And US intelligence shares what they learn from their snooping with the UK.
Not wanting to be outdone, the UK has been spying on the web's 2 billion users and working with the US to analyse the data.
The problem here is RIPA - the British law governing surveillance and enabling Tempora. No-one's broken any laws because the law's already broken. So we badly need to reform RIPA.
By abusing loopholes in RIPA, GCHQ is tapping undersea cables to intercept staggering quantities of people's web data as it enters Britain. They're then storing all that data for 3 days and the metadata for 30 days.
You might well have been thinking, "The Home Office were a bit cheeky trying to get the Snoopers' Charter through when they could do all this anyway."
And you'd be right.
Even without the Snoopers' Charter, GCHQ's been able to intercept terrorists' web use for at least 3 years. But the Home Office argued that they needed the Snoopers' Charter to get intelligence on terrorists.
Now that claim seems even more nonsensical and misleading than it did at the time.
ORG was at the forefront of the campaign against the Snoopers' Charter. We worked really hard to:
And it worked! Thanks to the huge opposition to the plans, Nick Clegg blocked the Snoopers' Charter.
With Tempora and RIPA, we've got an even greater challenge.
If we want to reform RIPA to stop GCHQ abusing the law and invading everyone's privacy, there's a lot to do.
We really need to:
Inevitably, increasing the amount of work we do costs more money.
At the moment, about 30,000 people subscribe to ORG's emails and take part in our campaigns. But only around 1,700 supporters chip in an average of £5 a month to help fund our work.
If you haven't joined ORG yet, it's the perfect time to get even more involved with ORG's work by joining us as an ORG supporter.
As well as the knowledge that you're helping defend everyone's digital rights, you'll also get a free copy of Tim Wu's The Master Switch when you donate £5 a month or more.
And if you join ORG before 10AM on Friday 5th July (that's this Friday) you'll automatically be entered into a draw to win two tickets to see Graham Linehan's The Ladykillers.
The winner will go to London's West End for the prestigious Press Night performance on Tuesday 9th July. After the show, you'll go to the after-show party with the cast and producers of the show.
So...defend privacy and freedom of expression, become a member of the UK's biggest digital rights movement and get a chance to see one of the best new plays around.
I hope you decide that now's the right time to join ORG. We really need your help.
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