Is he your best friend? Or an undercover cop?

*Stay informed! Sign up to our twitter feed and email updates, help support this film project.

*Support eight women deceived into long term intimate relationships with undercover police officers who were infiltrating environmental and social justice campaign groups. Police Spies out of Lives has updates, online flyers to download and distribute, and actions listed so you can easily support them. Sarah, another women who has also sued the police, also has a Twitter account and is featured in Spied Upon.

*If you live in the UK, you can easily dash off a quick letter via Write to Them to complain about undercover secret policing tactics, or whatever else burns your bottom today.

*Party like its 1983! Attend or throw a Crypto Party, and learn with friends how to keep your internet communications free from spies.

*Keep up to date on current debate in your country on spying. Statewatch (Europe) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (USA) have info and Action pages and this great Surveillance Self-Defense page.

*Publish letters to the editor urging politicians to ban use of undercover police against environmental and social justice activists, and to begin controlling unregulated private security firms.

*Join online campaigns or petitions such as this one in the UK at against police abuses.

*Plug into local pressure groups working for civil liberties, don’t expect others to solve this problem for you!

*This page is in development until our film release.
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