You'll never believe what you've agreed to. This Sunday, find out.

Demand Progress and allies in the fight for Internet privacy are hosting our first-ever online "movie night." Join us on Sunday, November 17th at 5:00 pm EST for a screening of the feature film, "Terms and Conditions May Apply," an eye-opening presentation of how corporations and the government are tracking your every move on the Internet. The screening is free for the first 3,000 visitors on 11/17 (first come, first served and $3 admission after all the free seats are filled).

After the screening, we'll forward viewers directly into an Internet Town Hall with filmmaker Cullen Hoback, Ben Wizner Director of ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project and legal advisor to Edward Snowden and Tim Karr, Senior Director of Strategy at Free Press. Stick around after the movie and ask us anything on reddit.com! Don't forget to bring your own popcorn!

We'd like to get a rough headcount for our movie night, so please RSVP to let us know you'll join. We'll send you a reminder to login as we get closer to the date of the screening.

The Film Has Ended. See the Internet Town Hall

INTERNET TOWN HALL