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In 2013 Edward Snowden leaked information concerning privacy in the world around us, this uncovered many mysteries. 3 years later in 2016 the British government pushed their first draft of the Investigatory powers act 2016, this has now become the worlds most prolific surveillance legislation in democratic history.
The British government tried to sneak this into law with out people knowing. While this was happening there were websites stating that they was petitioning against it, however upon signup they sold your data, and the 3 million plus votes were silenced and disregarded.
Imagine if the 3 million plus people were pointed in the right direction and their voice was heard. It could have had a totally different outcome.
We had enough of the misinformation, misconduct and misdirection. We want to try and solve theses issues. But we need your help.
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