|NetAction is a national, non-profit
organization dedicated to educating the public, policymakers, and the media
about technology-based social and political issues.
|The Virtual Activist: a training
course. Provides an excellent counterpart to our own tutorial.
|"The Online Activist: Tools for Organizing
in Cyber Space" from Mother Jones Magazine
|"Design Effective Action Alerts for the Internet"
by Phil Agre
|Global Internet Liberty Campaign
posts international action alerts
|The Electronic Disturbance Theater
(EDT) is a small group of cyber activists and artists engaged in developing
the theory and practice of Electronic Civil Disobedience
|Corporate Watch: the watchdog on
|The Internet Free Expression Alliance,
focused on ensuring the continuation of the Internet as a forum for unimpeded
expression and information distribution.
|Electronic Frontier Foundation:
sponsors the Blue Ribbon Campaign for Online Freedom of Expression
|Internet Privacy Coalition promotes
privacy and security on the Internet through widespread public availability
of strong encryption and the relaxation of export controls on cryptography.
|Web Active: In addition to
political real audio broadcasts, includes an annotated, searchable directory
of 1,250 online progressive groups
|Campaign for a Non-Browser Specific Web:
Pushing Netscape and Microsoft to support the same HTML features.
|ACT UP's Demonstrators Manual
|Project Vote Smart offers a wealth
of online information while tracking records of elected officials
|The Center for Responsive Politics
is a non-partisan, non-profit research group based in Washington, D.C.
that specializes in the study of Congress and particularly the role that
money plays in its elections and actions.
|Cyber Picket Line: British
labour union site with international resources
|Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, funded
through the Telecommunications Education Trust of the California Public