Fight for the Future is dedicated to protecting and expanding the Internet’s transformative power in our lives by creating civic campaigns that are engaging for millions of people. Alongside internet users everywhere we beat back attempts to limit our basic rights and freedoms, and empower people to demand technology (and policy) that serves their interests. Activating the internet for the public good can only lead to a more vibrant and awesome world. More coming soon.
We're organizing rallies all over the country to stop the FBI's plan to put government backdoors in our phones and computers.
Do we want a future of unlimited mass surveillance, or a future where the government respects human rights? It's time to decide.
NSA spying makes us feel violated. It’s like a strip search, online. Hold Congress accountable for enabling mass surveillance.
We organized protests all over the country to sunset the PATRIOT Act.
Internet Defense League participants are blocking Congress' access to the Internet until they vote to end mass surveillance laws.
Congress is stuck in 1984, so we helped Internet users generate 6 million faxes to stop the worst spying bill yet.
We got creative to fight Fast Track for the TPP by sending rubber stamps to every Republican office in the House.
Join thousands of websites protesting Fast Track for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
We are closer than ever to winning real net neutrality, and the Internet is literally counting down the seconds.
Cable companies are spending millions to gut net neutrality and slow your Internet to a crawl. We can’t let them.
The TPP is a secret agreement that’s bad for everything you care about. Here’s our plan to stop it.
Don’t ask for your privacy, take it back. On June 5th we’ll turn off govt spying and turn on freedom.
We organized the largest protest for net neutrality in history. Millions took action, but it’s only the beginning.
Ferguson showed that we have to fight to prevent technology from being used to stifle free speech.
President Obama campaigned on a promise to "take a backseat to no one" on the issue of net neutrality.
We crowdfunded privacy tools & distributed them to activists & journalists fighting censorship.
We made a definitive video about NSA spying, and it’s funny enough to share with your mom.
Our viral petition for Cameron D’Ambrosio, a teenage rapper locked up for posting lyrics on FB.
Together, we can mobilize the planet to defend the internet from bad laws and monopolies. You in?
The last night of the ITU meetings in Dubai proved that this UN agency is no place to govern the net.
On the one year anniversary of the blackout that killed SOPA, we had a party where we shared links to our favorite stuff that should never be censored.
Think we should give governments and big companies more control over the Internet? Neither do we.
Just because YOU’RE voting doesn’t mean you’re doing everything you can this election.
We made the video that introduced millions of internet users to SOPA & PIPA, the internet censorship bills.
This movement started from somewhere. The group behind the largest online protest in history is Fight for the Future, which began in October.
A Worcester activist group that helped stage the biggest Internet protest in history
Fight for the Future, a nonprofit organization that helped organize the protests, said more than 115,000 Web sites participated, and three million people e-mailed Congress to voice their opposition to the bills.