The advertising blitz began this morning. The major tech players, PRISM-related or not, created a blandly-named campaign (Reform Government Surveillance) and took out ads in a number of major newspapers, all asking that the NSA stop doing what the NSA does (hacking into the companies' databases, bulk data collection, use secret courts, etc.), reports The Wall Street Journal.
The roster of freedom fighters? It includes a Who's Who of alleged PRISM-participants (AOL, Microsoft, Apple, Google, Facebook, Yahoo!) and Twitter, the company that wasn't popular enough to be invited to the spy party.
We doubt the NSA will notice the request, however. They've apparently been too busy playing MMORPGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games). Apparently, there's terrorism afoot in Azeroth.