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The evicted tenants return to haunt their former landlords on the phone.
We hacked the greedy pharmaceutical industry with a marketing campaign which was a little bit more honest.
We started an online platform for vote exchange for the German federal election and started a debate about discrimination in German voting laws.
We fight against the weapons industry to save Article 26 of the German constitution.
We made German Ministry of Work apologize for its inhuman labor market policy.
With Call-A-Spy you can dial up secret service agents directly on their desks and ask them to quit their jobs.
German extreme right-winger Beatrix von Storch advocated shooting women and children at the border. We had to pie her.
When the German army Bundeswehr launched its new recruiting campaign we published some uncomfortable facts about being a soldier.
We created the first initiative that reaches out to troubled secret service agents and helps them to quit their job and start a new life.
We launched a campaign that advocates helping refugees to cross the European border.
We hijacked Vattenfalls Public Relations department for a day and made them say that they would take responsibility as a company.
We released an army of Twitter bots to fight online misogyny by enrolling sexist trolls into a self-help program.
We interrupted a live show of an esoteric scam TV channel and smashed an egg on the moderators head.
We distributed a Christmas postcard in the name of chancellor Merkel, citing her belief in Christian deportation.
We entered the stage of Europe’s biggest tech conference as Google employees to present some new and creepy inventions.
We smuggled a fake scientist into a Shell greenwashing event and ended the evening in a disastrous oil spill.
Democracy for Corporations.