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Government Snooping: How to Protect Yourself Online

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The government is watching everything you do … from reading your emails, to tracking your digital footprint,  to compiling data on everyone you meet. Now more than ever, it is critical to know how to keep your personal information secure.

Please join us for a webinar on how to protect yourself from an NSA gone wild Tuesday, August 13th from 12 – 12:30 p.m. ET!

What: Government Snooping: How to protect yourself online

Who: Generation Opportunity & Watchdog Wire

When: Tuesday, August 13th at 12 p.m ET

Guest speaker: Evan Feinberg, President of Generation Opportunity and Eric Boehm, Civil Liberties Reporter at Watchdog.org.

How:  Google Hangout. When you register for this event, you will receive specific instructions on how to participate/view the event.


Speaking will be Generation Opportunity President Evan Feinberg and Watchdog.org civil liberties reporter Eric Boehm. They’ll update you on how the government is watching your every move, what it means for America, and most importantly, how to take action to protect your freedom!

The future of this country depends on educating and empowering young Americans, just like you. For updates, please follow @WatchdogWire and @GenOpportunity on Twitter.  Tweet your questions to #datahub and we’ll answer them LIVE on the webinar.

Mary Ellen Beatty

Director of the Citizen Watchdog program. Contact me at MaryEllen@citizenwatchdog.com

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