Raging Grannies and friends from the San Jose Peace and Justice Center showed up Wednesday outside the offices of a tech company that sold "real-time traffic intelligence" equipment to Telecom Egypt. That's Egypt's state-run internet provider. Internet service has been sporadically cut off and presumably spied on by the security authorities during the current popular uprising against the dictatorship.
These protesters think everyone should know that Narus, located in Sunnyvale, is making possible surveillance of the internet and cell phone communications.
Timothy Karr from FreePress explained: