Contact your EU representatives by TOMORROW’S November 12th deadline to save encryption! Austrian public radio just published a secret draft of a planned Council resolution seeking to undermine encryption.

Contact your EU representatives by TOMORROW’S November 12th deadline to save encryption!  Austrian public radio just published a secret draft of a planned Council resolution seeking to undermine encryption.

The @EuropeanPirates wants you to take action by TOMORROW’S November 12th deadline by emailing your EU representatives. They have provided template letters in several languages and the email addresses for you to contact by TOMORROW’S deadline. More information, the template letters and email addresses can be found here.

Contact your representatives TODAY and by TOMORROW’S deadline to secure your private communications on messenger services such as Telegram, Signal, and WhatsApp. Most terrorism attacks we later learn the police and government knew the people involved were a problem as we’re seeing now in Austria and did very little to stop it. Banning encryption would harm people and cost lives. Banning encryption threatens the fundamentals of democracy! This will destroy encryption services putting us all at risk of surveillance, censorship, human rights abuses, and more. The safety and financial well being of every country depends on encryption and a critical part of digital infrastructure!

Most elected officials have no idea how the Internet works!! Our data such as our medical records and the government’s own secret documents would no longer be protected. Banning encryption would harm people and put the world at risk. Please sign this petition too!

3 responses to “Contact your EU representatives by TOMORROW’S November 12th deadline to save encryption! Austrian public radio just published a secret draft of a planned Council resolution seeking to undermine encryption.”

  1. Iker Bilbao says:

    I wish to keep my private area my own private.

  2. Jose Pedro García Mahedero says:

    Dejad a la gente tranquila!

  3. Glòria Budría says:

    Saludos,

    Me llamo Glòria Budría, de nacionalidad Española, residente en Barcelona. Me pongo en contacto con usted para expresarle mi más profunda preocupación por la prevista. Resolución del Consejo sobre la Encriptación que ha sido publicada por la emisora austriaca ORF el 3 de noviembre de 2020. Me preocupa que mi seguridad digital y privacidad se vean comprometidas por culpa de que la Unión Europea elimine la encriptación C2C.

    Espero que esto se revierta pronto y todas las ciudadanas europeas podamos sentirnos respetadas.
    Gracias por su atención.

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