16-year-old launches organization to battle warrantless surveillance

16-year-old launches organization to battle warrantless surveillance

Brandon Keibler is just your ordinary 16-year-old from Southern Indiana. At least that’s what some people might think. However, having become an activist at fourteen and helping to establish the Restore the Fourth organization, this young man has just launched an organization to encourage grassroots efforts aimed at a tyrannical government that wishes to disregard the fact that they are bound by law to gain a warrant before they search or seize anything of any American citizen. This also includes warrantless surveillance of individuals.

Project Digital Privacy was launched on January 24, 2015 as a result of increased social activism in regards to government surveillance.

According to the organization’s website, “Technology and global communication has reached a steady rate of advancement, with new forms of communicative devices and concepts being formed every day. As such, it is in the best interest of both citizens of the United States and the world to keep it from becoming corrupted in any manner — to preserve the powerful and ever evolving nature of these advancements. We are an organization that is dedicated to non-violently ending warrantless digital surveillance at the local level.”

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