Today 12th of March, human rights organization will be teaming with AdBlock to replace online ads with messages from Artists like Ai Weiwei, Edward Snowden and Russian Punk Rocker Pussy Riot. All of which are also victims of government censorship.
In the featured image above, the AbBlock image for protest would look just similar. We got ours from (the drum.com) AdBlock CEO Cubbage says that the idea of helping users think about their online privacy is an essential point to be made come this Sunday when Al’s banners will be emptied ones again. This had thus made Cubbage to urges AdBlock’s users to
“take a moment to consider that in an increasingly information-driven world, when your right to digital privacy is threatened, so is your right to free expression.”
All said that AdBlock will also populate ad spaces with messages from North Korean cyber censorship casualties. This wouldn’t be the very first time that the organization will be taking a step against such act. Just last year, the total documented number of arrests were in over 16 countries based on what they did or have said on the internet.
Another important case would be that of the FBI against Apple Inc over the iPhone decrypting issue. This could all be like some little revolution against obnoxious impositions laid down by the government.
Source: Engadget, Marshable
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