On December 11, 2014, Spain’s conservative party used its majority to approve the “Gag Law”. A measure which restricted citizens’ liberties and criminalized their freedom of expression, going as far as banning protests in front of Congress.
In order to show the world the future Spanish citizens would be faced with we organized the first hologram protest in history. People from all over the world joined the demonstration by uploading their shouts, proclamations and faces on the campaign’s website — as well as signing our online petition to repeal the law.
Thousands of holograms protested in front of the Spanish Congress, demonstrating, that despite the trammels, they will never be able to silence the voice of the people.
The "Gag Law" turned into worldwide subject of debate. Media from around the globe echoed the news, denouncing the restriction of liberties the Spanish people would face.
A year later, Amnesty International Korea replicated the protest in front of the historic Gyeongbokgung Palace in order to fight for their right to free speech.
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