Kiosks go up in Glasgow Scotland
Intersection Writes It Off As Just A Prototype and A Test
Zuckerberg Doesn’t Tell Congress Facebook Barters Data
Another Set Of Anonymized Data Is Deanonymized
EFF Highlights Rethink LinkNYC And The Usefulness Of EFA
Companies Purchase Your Data To Determine Your Rates
Public Participation and Consequences for Violations Still Lacking
Short film showing LinkNYC surveillance capabilities for micro-targeted advertising
Are we slipping into state censorship of thought?
From the streets to the theater - the word is getting out!
RethinkLinkNYC featured in March 2017 issue of The Indypendant
Free WiFi Kiosks in Brooklyn Are Raising Concerns Among the Cyber Expert Community
Come be a part of the first organized resistance to LinkNYC!
We are a group of concerned citizens from a variety of backgrounds who see opposition to LinkNYC as a non-partisan issue. We believe that all New Yorkers will share our strong suspicion of this program when they are better informed. We named our fledgling movement RethinkLinkNYC, because we believe that this program needs to be rethought, and quickly. Free Wi-Fi should really be free, and citizens— not corporations—must have the freedom to decide if and when our data is used.