Justin Blinder has introduced a new add-on to Firefox by the name of “The Dark side of the prism”. It’s quite an unusual add-on which plays a classical song “The Dark Side of the Moon” whenever a user opens a site where he could be caught by the surveillance action. According to Blinder, he created this add-in just 4 hours and the main purpose for this was to stop people from being tapped into surveillance act.
In one of the interviewees to the Guardian, Blinder said:
I was really interested in the fact that, although the PRISM leaks were a shock to many of us, we pretty much already kind of know we’re being spied a lot of the time and giving away so much data.
"Dark Side of the Prism" uses Pink Floyd's aural prism (Dark Side of the Moon) as a playlist to the NSA's tracking efforts, serving as an auditory reminder of how our online activities are surveilled.
Whenvisiting any URLs that have been (publicly) targeted by Prism, a small notification will appear alerting that this site is being surveilled.
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