American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Tumblr from Yahoo!, are among the groups supporting the online protest against U.S. espionage of the communications.
This Tuesday, Google joined the virtual protest from activists, which aim is to promote the closure of the digital gap in the world, but making a responsible and safe use of new technologies, especially among children and young people.
These websites provide links, posters and other resources so that visitors invade legislators with tweets, Facebook posts, emails or phone calls to oppose the espionage.
For his part, the vice president of Google, Susan Molinari, said: “Google recognizes the very real threats facing the U.S. and other countries, but we believe that spying programs from the Government should be implemented in a legal framework, clearly limited, transparent and subject to control. “