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  1. #OpCyberPrivacy
  2.  
  3. Twitterstorm/Protest: Every Friday, 6pm-8pm local time
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  5. Premade Tweets: http://pastebin.com/8KYwbh9v
  6. And
  7. http://pastebin.com/6JBW04hm
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  10. Pictures: https://cyberprivacy.imgur.com/
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  14. Paste Links:
  15. Main Pastebin: http://pastebin.com/xXydvcn5
  16. Premade Tweets: http://pastebin.com/8KYwbh9v
  17. Tweets to Senators: http://pastebin.com/7RWTbSPd
  18. U.S. Letter to a Senator: http://pastebin.com/pd2H7v7c
  19. OpCyberPrivacy and OpC51 Merger: http://pastebin.com/z71F3NXM
  20. Radio Notes Paste: http://pastebin.com/zHsjq6QY
  21. List of Senators contact info: http://pastebin.com/BCNEqvGr
  22. House of Representatives Members Anti CyberSecurity Bills: http://pastebin.com/ftnsAQmB (Voted the way we want)
  23. DC Senator Information: http://www.contactsenators.com/
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  26. Video Translation to Italian: http://pastebin.com/mD9aWQBW
  27. GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/u4mf5nk4m
  28.  
  29. Our Info:
  30. Twitter: https://twitter.com/opcyberprivacy
  31. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/AnonUnited-Opcyberprivacy/378413942345219?fref=ts
  32. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJk7fZS4bWM
  33. Irc: https://webchat.anonops.com/ Channel: #OpCyberPrivacy
  34. Imgur: https://cyberprivacy.imgur.com/
  35. Email: OpCyberPrivacy@riseup.net
  36.  
  37. What We Need Done:
  38. PASTEBIN: How to target your Senator
  39. PASTEBINS: Basic Security guides for the average person (((In progress, contact 'G' for more Info)))
  40. Ideas for how to draw more attention to Op/Bills
  41. New videos/ video scripts. Anyone can do it, we can edit.
  42. Organized protests in participating countries / cities. (You can reach to people you know)
  43. Reach out to news stations (Whether local or national) to talk about the Cyber Bills
  44. Collect relevant links from MSM and alternative media for the website - pad in chan topic.
  45. Gather folks for may 30th international rally
  46. Flyers, quartered with short facts and link to 'take action' (or whatever protest infos) section on website. For awareness for rally organizers.
  47. Send video to vice asap. Have text translated to French in post as well as English.
  48.  
  49. What You Can Do:
  50. Pass out the flyer: imgur.com/Cx0q4CS,7KgDuBM
  51. Tweet with #OpCyberPrivacy to get it trending
  52. Organize rallies/protests in your community
  53. Write/call your senator. U.S. Letter to a Senator: http://pastebin.com/pd2H7v7c Senators contact info: http://pastebin.com/BCNEqvGr
  54. Any other way you can raise awarness for the bills
  55.  
  56. Senator Information
  57. DC Information (ALL): http://www.contactsenators.com/
  58. John McCain (Arizona): http://pastebin.com/fy8Pa2JC
  59. John Boehner (Ohio): http://pastebin.com/ACx3fBPz
  60. Paul Ryan (Wisconsin): http://pastebin.com/wpqVicXN
  61. List of Senators contact info: http://pastebin.com/BCNEqvGr
  62.  
  63. Senators to Target BESIDES your own
  64. Elizabeth Warren
  65. Ed Markey
  66. Richard Burr
  67. Dianne Feinstein
  68. James Risch
  69. Ron Wyden
  70. Dan Coats
  71. John McCain
  72. Harry Reid
  73. Bernie Sanders
  74. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_current_United_States_Senators
  75. http://www.senate.gov/general/resources/pdf/senators_phone_list.pdf
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  77. Senator contact list:
  78. List of Senators can contact info: http://pastebin.com/BCNEqvGr
  79. More contact Info: http://www.socialseer.com/resources/us-senator-twitter-accounts/
  80. Senator look up by zip code: https://www.opencongress.org/people/zipcodelookup
  81. U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelegence: http://pastebin.com/Aa48vgS8
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  83. America: CISA - Idle
  84.  
  85. The CISA bill allows the government to force companies to share all personal information they have access to, such as your pictures, credit cards, etc. It also makes it illegal to sue companies for sharing your personal information. This would allow a free and open exchange of your personal information.
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  87. Updates:
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  89. https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/senate-bill/754/related-bills
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  91. America: PCNA - ALIVE (In Senate)
  92.  
  93. The PCNA bill allows the government to undermine civilian control of domestic cybersecurity. It also allows companies to share information with the government. The PCNA bill is a dumbed down version of the CISA bill.
  94.  
  95. https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/1560/related-bills
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  97. Updates:
  98. Passed House 4/23/15 Vote count: 355 to 63
  99. Currently in Senate
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  101. America: NCPA - ALIVE (In Senate)
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  103. The NCPA bill allows the government to ignore the privacy laws and obtain files on you without a warrant as long as they have a "willful conduct". This violates the fourth amendment allowing the government to do illegal searches and seizures.
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  105. https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/1731
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  107.  
  108. Updates:
  109. Passed House 4/22/15 Vote count: 307 to 16
  110. Currently in Senate
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  112. America: CTSA - ALIVE (In Senate)
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  114. The CTSA bill allows the government to ignore legal protection for companies that violate your rights. It allows private information to be shared with the government even when there is no standing law that deems it legal and in direct contrast to current standing privacy policies. All information given from companies would be considered legal and you cannot sue them for it.
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  116. https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/senate-bill/456
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  118. Updates:
  119. Currently in Senate
  120.  
  121. Canada: C51 - ALIVE ()
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  123. Bill C-51: Introduced January 30th, Passed on May 6th. Expected to be signed by end of June.
  124.  
  125. Gives over reaching powers to CSIS as well as law enforcement agencies without oversight by a governing body.
  126.  
  127. Allows free exchange of information between aprox 18 government agencies without warrant or special if I can cause. Officials can interpret the qualifications of a threat in almost any way they see fit, opening the door to vast abuses of Rights granted in the charter of R&F.
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  129. Allows government agencies etc to edit content on the Web. Posts, information, documentation on the Web will be censored.
  130.  
  131. Is a significant threat to Aboriginal Canadians. Because so many first nation members are at political war with the Canadian government (pipeline/fracking/environmental issues, MMIW inquiries, etc) they become targets of this dragnet.
  132.  
  133. https://openmedia.ca/sites/openmedia.ca/files/Bill%20C-51%20-%20A%20Primer.pdf
  134.  
  135. France: "French Patriot Act" - ALIVE ()
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  137. Much like the Patriot Act, France’s new surveillance law has been deemed “necessary and proportionate” by the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls. Valls also argues that the law is entirely different from the Patriot Act, and that France’s wiretapping law was so outdated that it was written in 1991 — before cellphones and the Internet became common. However, the bill’s authorization of bulk metadata collection with almost no oversight from the judiciary closely parallels the Patriot Act’s language, which has been used to justify the NSA’s most controversial spying programs in the United States. France’s new bill also gives the government the power to tap cell phones, read emails, and force Internet providers to scan customers’ Internet use for information upon request. Additionally, French intelligence agencies could request the authority to place tiny microphones in rooms, on objects, and add antennas that are capable of capturing phone calls and texts. The bill does not discriminate, either, so both French citizens and tourists could be tapped on demand.
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  139. The bill passed the National Assembly with 438 votes in favour and just 86 against after it gained the backing of the two main parties – the ruling Socialists and the centre-right UMP. The bill will now go up before the French parliament’s upper house, the Senate, in June.
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  141. Many French judges, lawyers, technology companies, and news organizations are also firmly against the law. The editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo, whose own publication was the victim of the attack that inspired the new surveillance law, spoke out against it.
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  143. According to the Guardian, France is keeping tabs on 1,200 Islamists and 200 people who have fought with militant groups in Syria and Iraq in the past. The country has set aside €425 million to bolster its new surveillance program with thousands of police, spies, and investigators whose jobs it will be to sort through intelligence and prevent terrorist attacks.
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  145. http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/france-mass-surveillance-law-news/
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  147. PreMade Tweets:
  148. #OpCyberPrivacy TwitterStorm Pre-made Tweets
  149.  
  150. Premade Tweets: http://pastebin.com/8KYwbh9v
  151. Pictures: https://cyberprivacy.imgur.com/
  152.  
  153. List of who to Tweet @:
  154. Anonops People
  155. @LulzBoatMafia
  156. @RealAnonPanda
  157. @AnonCicada
  158. @anon_otherwise
  159. @FreeAnons (Runned by Sue/elmo don't over use)
  160. @trezsec
  161. @anonrisk <-- he might say something on the radio (don't overuse)
  162. Anon Twitters
  163. @Anon_GovWatchCA
  164. @Anonymous5thNov
  165. @TheHackersNews
  166. @trutherbot
  167. @Anon2earth
  168. @TKrypt
  169. Other
  170. @PirateOrg
  171. @masspirates
  172. @Cyb3rOps
  173. @CassandraRules
  174. @hicksfilosopher
  175. @OccupytheMob
  176. @SputnikInt
  177. @TwistAnonymous
  178. @CopBlock
  179. @YourAnonIntel
  180. @adamkokesh
  181. @YourAnonNews
  182. @wikileaks
  183. @CopWatch
  184. @DarkoftheWeb
  185. News
  186. @HuffingtonPost
  187. @HuffPostTech
  188. @HuffPostPol
  189. @nytimes
  190. @abc
  191. @FoxNews
  192. @foxnewspolitics
  193. @foxnewsalert
  194. @latimes
  195. @latimestech
  196. @latimespolitics
  197. @BBCBreaking
  198. @BBCTech
  199. @BBCPolitics
  200. @TheLadBible
  201. @rt
  202.  
  203. #'s to use:
  204. #OpCyberPrivacy
  205. #CyberFail
  206. #CyberBills
  207. #Privacy
  208. #RejectFear
  209. #CISA
  210. #CISPA
  211. #PCNA
  212. #NCPA
  213. #CTSA
  214. #OPC51
  215. #BillC51
  216. #KillBillC51
  217. #C51
  218.  
  219. Media Contacts:
  220.  
  221. The Hacker News:
  222. Site: http://thehackernews.com/
  223. Email: admin@thehackernews.com producersgroup@rttv.ru
  224. Twitter: @TheHackersNews
  225. Facebook: The Hacker News
  226. Phone: +7 499 750-03-01
  227.  
  228. Huffington Posts:
  229. Site: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/
  230. Email: scoop@huffingtonpost.com
  231. Twitter: @HuffingtonPost @HuffPostTech @HuffPostPol
  232. Facebook: Huffington Post
  233. Phone:
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  235. New York Times:
  236. Site: http://www.nytimes.com/
  237. Email: nytnews@nytimes.com public@nytimes.com
  238. Twitter: @nytimes
  239. Facebook:
  240. Phone:
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  242. ABC:
  243. Site: http://abcnews.go.com/
  244. Email:
  245. Twitter: @ABC @Springer @MicahGrimes
  246. Facebook:
  247. Phone:
  248.  
  249. Fox News:
  250. Site: www.foxnews.com/
  251. Email: foxnewstips@foxnews.com
  252. Twitter: @FoxNews @foxnewspolitics @foxnewsalert
  253. Facebook:
  254. Phone:
  255.  
  256. LA Times:
  257. Site: www.latimes.com/
  258. Email:
  259. Twitter: @latimes @latimestech @latimespolitics
  260. Facebook:
  261. Phone:
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  263. BBC:
  264. Site: http://www.bbc.com/
  265. Email: yourpics@bbc.co.uk
  266. Twitter: @BBCBreaking @BBCTech @BBCPolitics
  267. Facebook:
  268. Phone:
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  270.  
  271. The Guardian:
  272. Site: http://www.theguardian.com/info/2014/oct/22/the-guardian-us-team
  273. Email: lee.glendinning@theguardian.com
  274. Twitter:
  275. Facebook:
  276. Phone:
  277.  
  278. NBC:
  279. Site: http://www.nbc.com/
  280. Email: http://www.nbcumv.com/programming/nbc-news/contacts
  281. Twitter: @Nbc
  282. Facebook: NBC News
  283. Phone: (212) 664-3875
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  285. AP:
  286. Site: ap.org
  287. Email: info@ap.org
  288. Twitter: @AP
  289. Facebook: AP
  290. Phone: 212.621.1500
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  292. CNN:
  293. Site: http://www.cnn.com/
  294. Email: http://www.cnn.com/feedback/
  295. Twitter: @CNN
  296. Facebook: CNN
  297. Phone: 1 (404) 827-1500
  298.  
  299. InfoWars:
  300. Site: http://www.infowars.com/
  301. Email: writers@infowars.com
  302. Twitter: @infowars
  303. Facebook: InfoWars
  304. Phone: 512-291-5750
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  306. The Lad Bible:
  307. Site: http://www.theladbible.com/
  308. Email: contact@theladbible.com
  309. Twitter: @TheLadBible
  310. Facebook: The Lad Bible
  311. Phone:
  312. Other: http://www.theladbible.com/submit (Submit content)
  313.  
  314. Telegraph:
  315. Site: www.telegraph.co.uk
  316. Email: telegraph@blj.co.uk
  317. Twitter: @Telegraph @TelegraphNews
  318. Facebook: The Telegraph
  319. Phone: +44 20 7931 2000
  320.  
  321. Mirror:
  322. Site: www.mirror.co.uk
  323. Email: scoops@sundaymirror.co.uk mirrornews@mirror.co.uk
  324. Twitter: @DailyMirror @MirrorPolitics
  325. Facebook: The Mirror
  326. Phone: 0800 282 591
  327.  
  328. RT:
  329. Site: www.rt.com
  330. Email: producersgroup@rttv.ru press@rttv.ru
  331. Twitter: @RT_com @RT_America
  332. Facebook: RT
  333. Phone:
  334.  
  335. Dazed Digital:
  336. Site: www.dazeddigital.com
  337. Email: georgia@jbmedia.com
  338. Twitter:
  339. Facebook:
  340. Phone:
  341.  
  342. Washington Times:
  343. Site: www.washingtontimes.com
  344. Email: jsolomon@washingtontimes.com cdolan@washingtontimes.com
  345. Twitter: @washingtonpost
  346. Facebook: Washington
  347. Phone: 202/636-3000
  348.  
  349. Daily Mail:
  350. Site: www.dailymail.co.uk
  351. Email: news@mailonsunday.co.uk
  352. Twitter: @Dailymail
  353. Facebook: Daily Mail
  354. Phone: 020 7938 6000
  355.  
  356. The Register:
  357. Site: www.theregister.co.uk
  358. Email: john.leyden@theregister.co.uk
  359. Twitter: @ElReg
  360. Facebook: The Register
  361. Phone:
  362.  
  363. Quotes:
  364. "The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it. And one path we shall never choose, and that is the path of surrender, or submission." - John F. Kennedy
  365.  
  366. "The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic." - John F. Kennedy
  367.  
  368. A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people. - John F. Kennedy
  369.  
  370. "Cyber Security is incumbent upon each individual corporation not upon your government and nations resources" - Bio
  371.  
  372. "It is like them holding a gun to your head and saying they will not pull the trigger." - Edward Snowden
  373.  
  374. “Bill C-51 ... is a dangerous piece of legislation interms of its potential impacts on the rule of law, on constitutionally and internationally protected rights,and on the health of Canada’s democracy.”
  375.  
  376. "An intelegence organization that fears intelegence, historically, not cool" -Tony Stark
  377.  
  378. Radio Shows:
  379.  
  380. Radio Show Anon UK: https://anonukradio.org/radio/2015-04-26_uk5_22%3A00%3A14.mp3
  381.  
  382.  
  383. People to Contact
  384.  
  385. US Based VPN Providers
  386. IPVANISH
  387. HIDEMYASS
  388. EXPRESSVPN
  389. PUREVPN
  390. OVERPLAY
  391. Private Internet Access
  392. HideIpVPN
  393. BTGuard
  394. VPNBOOK
  395. LiquidVPN
  396. UnSpyable
  397. HotSpot Sheild
  398. RamVPN
  399. VikingVPN
  400. VPN Unlimited
  401. Anonymizer
  402. AceVPN
  403. STRONGVPN
  404. VYPRVPN
  405. TORGUARD
  406. OCTANEVPN
  407. SLICKVPN
  408. witopia.net
  409. vpnaccounts.com
  410.  
  411. US Based Proxy Providers
  412. Tor
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