An indie dance band, YACHT, is doing all it can to fight for Internet privacy as it targets the NSA with it’s latest release, “Party at the NSA,” along with a single page website to go along with it.
In partnership with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, they’ve help raise both awareness and donations to the cause:
“…donations have rolled in “steadily” since the site launched, with the largest single donation coming in at $30.”
This is an example of what can happen when you mix art, technology and a cause.
Party at the NSA
What’s up with the title?
“The analogy we’ve been using is that nobody wants to dance when there’s cops in the club”
The one page website includes the song, t-shirts and ways you can get involved. It also has this cool bit of text:
And when you highlight the text, it does this:
Can you guess how long they worked on this?
The song, the website, the campaign?
That’s why we do what we do at ChurchMag. We want to do the same thing, but for the Kingdom of God. Equipping and empowering you to do some awesome.
[via Fast Co.Exist]