Web agency Starring has joined forces with Fria Tidningen and created a website against FRA with the goal to sabotage the email traffic which the recently passed FRA-law now allows the Swedish National Defence Radio Establishment to read, or as they put it: "the right to intercept all internet exchange points that exchange traffic that crosses Swedish borders". (I guess it is best described as a mini-Echelon).
Swedish bloggers have been writing about this relentlessly since the discussions began, at one point creating a "blog-quake" where nearly every blog in Sweden was listed on the blog-trendgraph site Knuff.se was talking about FRA.
So Starring's response is a site called HejFRA! (Hello FRA) - where Swedes can fetch a nice little .sigfile to use in their emails, with the idea to "pollute" the data that FRA catches. (Much like those echelon sigfiles years ago, remember them?). You can generate new versions by the click of a button, here's the first one that I got
There's no reason to read my mails. I have nothing to do with the ETA, Devrimci Sol or al-Qaida. I've never Ibadat (عبادة) nor built carbombs, I barely know what бомба means. But thanks for your interest!
PS. - Terrorist attacks won't likely be planned over unencrypted emails. Sabotage the FRA law at
Creative posse at Starring: Fredrik Lundgren - Creative Director, Mattias Cederfeldt - Art Director,
Mia Robertsson - Copywriter, Marlene Hernbrand - Production leader, Johan Sahlen – Techical production leader.