EFF piece: “Surveillance Self-Defense: Attending Protests in the Age of COVID-19…

In the wake of nationwide protests against the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, we urge protestors to stay safe, both physically and digitally. Our Surveillance Self Defense (SSD) Guide on attending a protest offers practical tips on how to maintain your privacy and minimize your digital footprint while taking to the streets.

“Houston, TX. This is pretty badass.”

Kpop stans take ‘#WhiteoutWednesday’ away from the neoNazis

Kpop fans have subverted neoNazi calls to get #whiteoutwednesday trending on Twitter.

New York Police Department officers policing the protests in New York City are increasingly covering their badge numbers with black bands, making it difficult for people to identify them and hold them accountable for their actions. On Wednesday, the National Lawyers Guild sent a letter to the department and to the city’s corporation counsel, warning that if the NYPD doesn’t put an end to the practice, it could expect a lawsuit.

From 1967 through the 1980s, Emory Douglas was the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party, the revolutionary social justice and political organization founded in Oakland, California. Douglas was the art director, designer, and primary artist for The Black Panther Newsletter and created the iconic Black Panther flyers, handouts, and posters. Hw work is as relevant, and as necessary, right now as it was 50 years ago.

NBC News – Jun 1, 4:03 PM

Two hashtags that trended worldwide on Twitter falsely claimed that there was a ‘cover-up’ or a ‘blackout’ of protests in Washington, D.C., overnight. Both appeared to insinuate that protesters have been silenced in some way, perhaps by a secret

Turkey, Iran and China want to exploit U.S. unrest – WSJ | Ahval

Turkey, Iran and China want to exploit the current civil unrest in the United States in the hope of…

Facebook staff plan ‘virtual walkout’ over response to Trump posts

Facebook employees are so upset with Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to take no action on Donald Trump’s posts, that they

George Floyd death: Liverpool footballers ‘take a knee’

Footballers took a knee during training session in a gesture of support following the death of George Floyd.

Black lives matter on the streets. Black lives matter on the Internet.

EFF stands with the communities mourning the victims of police homicide. We stand with the protesters who are plowed down by patrol cars. We stand with the journalists placed in handcuffs or fired upon while reporting these atrocities. And we stand with all those using their cameras, phones and digital tools to make sure we cannot turn away from the truth.

The president delivered much-needed comic relief to a weary nation by accusing Joe Biden of being controlled by antifa.
The New York Times – Evan Hill – May 31, 8:47 PM

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How Police Departments Embraced Firing Tear Gas on Protesters

It became infamous in war trenches. Soon 600 U.S. cities had their own supplies

As anti-police protests raged across the country on Sunday, the official Twitter account of the Sergeants Benevolent Association of the NYPD spent most of the day whining about New York Mayor Bill DiBlasio.

DiBlasio is hardly a stalwart of #TheResistance, and there are certainly plenty of good reasons for the average citizen to complain about him. But the SBA was pretty clearly employing Mafia-style bullying tactics to frighten the guy into submission. After DiBlasio’s daughter, Chiara, was arrested for “unlawful assembly” during the New York City protests, the SBA Twitter account posted a photo of her arrest paperwork, including her personal identifying information. (Details blacked out manually)


The US president slammed after police used tear gas to clear protesters from Trump’s way as he visited a nearby church.
There are a few concrete things you can do to lower your risk of contributing to the spread.

In Minneapolis, Neighbors Are Mobilizing—Offline

Worried about infiltration from extremist groups or police surveillance, residents are turning to pre-internet tactics to help protect homes and local stores.

• June 1, Monday night: Tear gas fired on peaceful protesters in Washington D.C.

• Trump: “If a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents, then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them”

Portland, OR protestors laying on the bridge for 8:43 for George Floyd during a BLM Protest
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