Government use of face surveillance technology chills free speech, threatens residents’ privacy, and amplifies historical bias in our criminal system.
From San Francisco, California to Somerville, Massachusetts, communities are coming together to demand an about-face on the proliferation of government use of this especially pernicious form of surveillance and biometric data collection.
Join us in ending government use of face surveillance in our communities.
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This month it was suddenly announced that the nonprofit that owns the .ORG domain registry was planning to sell it to a private equity firm, Ethos Capital. This could impact the millions of individuals and organizations that have a .ORG website, subjecting them to potential censorship and leaving the door open for price increases on domain registration and renewals.
Will you take action today and add your name to the twenty-thousand individuals who have opposed the sale?
And, if you represent an organization that would be impacted by this sale and would like your organization added to the letter's signatories, please click here to let us know. We will list your organization alongside the other signatories, including Greenpeace, the Internet Archive, and the Girl Scouts of America.