[+ Advocacy Advisors]
On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 9:08 AM, Liam Wyatt <liamwyatt(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Perhaps we as individuals, or the WMF as an
organisation, might also like
to sign up to Mozilla's campaign "stopwatching.us"?
Website - https://optin.stopwatching.us/
I note from the selected list of organisations that have already signed (of
whom several are our frequent allies) we would be in good company.
Participating in StopWatching is definitely one of the options. For
WMF to get involved in that way, there needs to be a consultation with
the Advocacy Advisors list and (time permitting) an RFC. By following
that process, we can be sure that the actions WMF takes are consistent
with community's opinion on the topic.
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