My colleague, Liz Henry, pinged this morning asked me to take a photo of myself the above sign. It's part of a protest against Telecom Immunity. EFF and partner organizations will be bringing these photos to lawmakers, reminding them that Americans demand their privacy rights and deserve their day in court against lawbreaking telecoms. You can get more background about the issue and how to participate at the site, Stop the Spying. My photo isn't quite as creative as some of these others in the flickr stream, but wanted to do my part.
Most of the calls for action are to do something with social media. There is also a way to protest the "old fashioned" way - email your senator.
I would love to know how they will measure what was effectiveness or not with their social media strategy.
What do you think of the strategy so far? If you were responsible for the social media strategy for this campaign, what would you do?