NSA Washington March Is For 'Stop Watching Us'

Posted: Oct 27 2013, 4:07am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 27 2013, 4:19am CDT, in Misc


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NSA Washington March is for 'Stop Watching Us'
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The NSA Washington march against mass surveillance was started by Capitol reflection pool on Saturday. Thousands of people gathered with placards saying 'Stop Watching Us'.

The NSA surveillance against common US citizens is not acceptable act. What was being started by whistleblower Edward Snowden few months ago is now the voice of all. Most of the common people think that NSA surveillance programs are against human rights to protect their personal information. That is the reason that provoked people to march against this mass surveillance by NSA. Not a million march, but thousands gathered in Washington yesterday for the "Stop Watching Us" rally.

This anti-NSA march was organized by many "left- and right-wing groups, including everything from the American Civil Liberties Union, the Green Party, Color of Change and Daily Kos to the Libertarian Party, FreedomWorks and Young Americans for Liberty," according to the Guardian. And the organizers called it "the largest rally yet to protest mass surveillance."

This 'Stop Watching Us' march was started outside Union Station near Capitol reflection pool in Washington. The participants of this rally were holding placards "Don't Tap Me, Bro" and "No Snitching Allowed" and "Yes, We Scan". Organizers also provide the protesters with placards reading "Stop Watching _____", where in blank, the protester can write is name or any other slogan.

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