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Electronic Frontier Foundation has been at 11 events

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Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294EFF Staff Technologist Dr. Jeremy Gillula will be speaking about net neutrality: what it is, why it matters, what's going on, and how you can help!Oakland Public Library Know Your Digital Rights Workshop2014-12-13 21:00:004  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294Come to San Francisco City Hall on Thurs., Nov. 20 to speak out on Net Neutrality! This event is free and open to the public. Join us for a rally outside City Hall at 5:30 p.m., and then come in at 7 p.m. for the hearing. Share your story about why the Internet must remain open and free! RSVP here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/933163 Can't be there in person? Stand by for a link to the live feed. We’ve got some great speakers already lined up, including former FCC Commissioner Michael Copps; Amy Sonnie, Outreach Director of the Oakland Public Library; Jay Nath, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer for the City of San Francisco; Corynne McSherry, Director of Intellectual Property at the Electronic Frontier Foundation; and Malkia Cyril, Executive Director of the Center for Media Justice, among others. When it comes to the Internet, Californians are pioneers. The Bay Area has been very vocal in the national fight for Net Neutrality, and there's a reason: The open Internet is why so many trailblazing new artists, technologies and businesses were born in this state. The Net Neutrality debate is moving fast on the heels of a record-breaking summer where millions of people spoke out against an FCC proposal that would permit large Internet providers to charge fees for access to parts of the Web. And by early next year, the FCC is slated to make a decision on a highly controversial merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable -- a move that could lead to less consumer choice and less diversity online. Organizations including ColorOfChange.org, Common Cause, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Free Press, the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net), and the Media Alliance are inviting the diverse communities of the Bay Area to speak out and join local leaders, policy experts, technologists, and elected officials to testify at City Hall about why the future of the Internet matters to us.Bay Area Speaks: A People's Hearing on the Future of the Internet2014-11-20 17:30:0010  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294A lot has happened on the Trans-Pacific Partnership front these past couple months. There was another major leak of a recent draft of the TPP’s Intellectual Property chapter that confirmed that many of the most extreme copyright provisions are still there, and in some cases, have even gotten worse. It also showed that it included some new harmful language on “trade secrets” that could be used to crack down on journalists. The TPP could be finalized in the coming months, and things are moving fast. That’s why we’d like to invite you to a public, online teach-in to hear representatives from several digital rights groups based in TPP countries share their analysis of the latest leaked text, as well as to lay out the current state of play of the negotiations. We’ll make sure there’s time at the end for users to ask us questions. When the time comes, we’ll need to be ready to fight this agreement on a global front. So please join us and get informed about the TPP's threats to digital rights.Fight Secret Copyright Deals: A Global TPP Teach-In2014-11-19 21:00:0070  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294We're taking this day to educate people about the threats of digital rights management (DRM) and the current policy challenges we face around DRM. Join us for a live video discussion at 10:00 AM PDT / 1:00 PM EDT to learn more about these fights and join us in a conversation about what we can do to take back our rights to control the digital media and devices that we own. EFF's Intellectual Property Director, Mitch Stoltz, Staff IP Attorney, Danny O'Brien, and Global Policy Analyst, Maira Sutton, will be featured on this live discussion. To find out more, visit: https://www.eff.org/event/international-day-against-drmInternational Day Against DRM2014-05-06 19:00:0048  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294404 Day2014-04-04 21:10:1626  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294We're live on Google Hangouts! Watch the digital teach-in here: http://youtu.be/yb1sYK8aGGI Submit questions via Twitter using the hashtag #404Day   On April 4th, EFF is partnering with the Center for Civic Media at MIT and the National Coalition Against Censorship to bring attention to the long-standing problem of Internet censorship in public libraries and schools for 404 Day. Join us on Friday, April 4th from 12pm-1pm PST for a digital teach-in with some of the top researchers and librarians working to analyze and push back against the use of Internet filters on library computers. Mark your calendars, and check back soon for more information about how you can tune-in. Speakers: Deborah Caldwell-Stone, Deputy Director of the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom. Chris Peterson, a research affiliate at the Center for Civic Media at the MIT Media Lab. Sarah Houghton, Director for the San Rafael Public Library in Northern California. Moderator: April Glaser, activist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation We also invite librarians and concerned bloggers across the country to blog about Internet filtering in libraries on 404 Day to raise awareness and share stories of free speech infringing censorship in schools and libraries. Want to blog about it? Write an email to april@eff.org to let us know. About Children's Internet Protection Act & Censorship in Libraries Over 10 years ago, Congress passed the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), a bill that brought new levels of Internet censorship to libraries across the country. The law is supposed to encourage public libraries and schools to filter child pornography and obscene or “harmful to minors” images from the library’s Internet connection in exchange for continued federal funding. Unfortunately, aggressive interpretations of this law have resulted in extensive and unnecessary censorship in our cherished public libraries, often because libraries go beyond the legal requirements of CIPA when implementing content filters. As a result, students and library patrons across the country are routinely and unnecessarily blocked from accessing constitutionally protected websites.404 Day: A Day of Action Against Censorship in Libraries2014-04-04 21:00:0067  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294We invite you to join us for a live Google Hangout on Tuesday October 1st at 2 PM Pacific / 5 PM Eastern to learn more about the TPP's copyright provisions and their impact on users, their effect on U.S. copyright law, and how we can work together to protect our access to knowledge, digital rights, and internet freedom. There will also be time for Q & A. Even though we successfully killed SOPA and ACTA, special interests groups continue to pour millions of lobbying dollars to push policies that would further restrict our rights to knowledge. Unable to pass such measures through our legislative process, they’re using secretive, non-democratic tactics to fold harsher copyright restrictions and enforcement measures into a larger trade agreement. The latest and biggest threat on this front is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a multinational trade agreement being negotiated between the United States and 11 other Asia-Pacific countries. Speakers: * Lori Wallach: Director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch * Krista Cox, Staff attorney at Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) * Maira Sutton, Global Policy Analyst at EFF * Parker Higgins, Activist at EFFTPP, Copyright, and Users' Rights: Google Hangout with EFF, KEI, and Public Citizen2013-10-01 23:00:00106  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294It's that time of year when people start making plans for DEFCON.  If you are a woman and you've been thinking about submitting a talk, panel, or workshop, you are invited to join EFF staff members Marcia Hofmann, Eva Galperin, and Kellie Brownell on Wednesday, April 17th in our new Eddy Street.  We hope attendees will brainstorm DEFCON submission ideas, bounce ideas off each other, find out who is working on similar topics, collaborate on proposals, and join forces with other attendees to create a panel or a workshop. Join us in person at: 815 Eddy St. San Francisco, CA 94109 Or online: See above We will provide beverages, light refreshments, and plenty of help and support for submitting your presentation idea.  If you have any questions about the event, please email kellie@eff.org.EFF evening for women who want to speak at DEF CON2013-04-18 03:00:0034  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294Join EFF staff technologist Dan Auerbach and other experts from the field of law and technology for a live-streamed panel discussion on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act's (CFAA) broad reach and chilling effects. Inspired by the recent tragic death of activist Aaron Swartz, who faced intense prosecution under the CFAA, this event will explore the law's problems and the road to reform. It will be streamed live online here: https://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/events/innovation-or-exploitation Innovation or Exploitation? The Limits of Computer Trespass Law Tuesday, February 19, 2013, 7:30pm Speakers: Dan Auerbach, Electronic Frontier Foundation Ed Felten, Princeton University Jennifer Granick, Stanford University Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive Jonathan Mayer, Stanford University Alex Stamos, Artemis Internet This panel is co-hosted by Stanford's Center for Internet and Society, Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation, and Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy.Innovation or Exploitation? The Limits of Computer Trespass Law2013-02-20 04:30:00101  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294On October 16, join EFF and technology users around the Internet in celebrating women in science, technology, engineering, and math. Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration that gives us an opportunity to publicize the contributions women make to technology and technology policy. Defending rights online means more than just standing up for abstract principles. It means supporting the users and developers who want to make technology better, and women play an essential role. Please join us -- it's easy! Just blog, tweet, post on G+, and tell your friends. You can write about women in technology who have inspired or influenced you, or you can write about technology issues that particularly affect women. If you're on Twitter, use the hashtag #findingada . EFF is proud to participate in Ada Lovelace Day. We'll be blogging, tweeting, and re-posting some of our favorite articles on our blog and social media accounts. We're especially interested in posts that connect civil liberties, technology, and women. If you write something, send a link to kellie@eff.org Learn more: http://findingada.com/ https://twitter.com/findingada https://twitter.com/effAda Lovelace Day2012-10-16 19:00:00142  
Electronic Frontier Foundation2,271,294Happening now! Watch/participate via https://twitter.com/efflive. You can see the tweets even if you don't have a Twitter account. And if you are on Twitter, join the conversation with hashtag #Dodd. MPAA Chairman Chris Dodd's is giving a talk about "Creative Content and the Cloud" at the San Francisco Commonwealth Club -- and EFF's activism team will be on hand to cover the event through our live Twitter account,@EFFLive. We're going to provide a steady stream of humorous and thoughtful commentary throughout Dodd's speech, so please join us online or in San Francisco. Chris Dodd pushed hard to pass the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), a bill that would given content holders new tools to censor the Internet in the name of stopping "piracy."  Dodd has also said that he is "confident" negotiations for a SOPA revival are taking place. While it's tempting to write off that confidence as the result of watching one too many zombie movies, it should be no surprise that the MPAA is pushing for a new backroom deal. That's why EFF and other Internet freedom advocates are committed to fighting for an uncensored web. Follow our live coverage on Twitter @EFFLive or buy tickets to attend in person: https://doddandnewsom.eventbrite.com/ EFF Livetweets Chris Dodd's Speech in San Francisco2012-10-03 03:00:0059  

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2015-12-28 16:51:41 (21 comments; 6 reshares; 37 +1s)Open 

In 2015, EFF fought for the digital rights of 2.2 million people in U.S. prisons.

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2016-01-29 18:45:41 (15 comments; 31 reshares; 98 +1s)Open 

Why did Xerox just get a patent on something libraries have essentially done for decades? We take a look for our January Stupid Patent of the Month.

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2015-12-24 00:02:03 (2 comments; 24 reshares; 111 +1s)Open 

In just the first two weeks of public availability, Let’s Encrypt issued over 130,000 certificates. 

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2016-02-12 18:49:13 (8 comments; 11 reshares; 60 +1s)Open 

This week EFF members mark the 20th anniversary of co-founder John Perry Barlow's influential essay A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace. https://www.eff.org/r.oupy

This week EFF members mark the 20th anniversary of co-founder John Perry Barlow's influential essay A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace. https://www.eff.org/r.oupy___

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2016-02-11 21:20:39 (0 comments; 10 reshares; 50 +1s)Open 

Encryption is everywhere. EFF board member Bruce Schneier finds 865 encryption products from 55 countries: 

Encryption is everywhere. EFF board member Bruce Schneier finds 865 encryption products from 55 countries: ___

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2016-02-11 20:29:33 (3 comments; 4 reshares; 58 +1s)Open 

The committee overseeing California's police databases was ramming through privacy-invasive new policies by ignoring open meeting rules. After EFF pressure, the California Department of Justice has announced new transparency reforms.

The committee overseeing California's police databases was ramming through privacy-invasive new policies by ignoring open meeting rules. After EFF pressure, the California Department of Justice has announced new transparency reforms.___

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2016-02-10 07:20:53 (1 comments; 10 reshares; 45 +1s)Open 

The White House announced a new interagency privacy council today. But with a limited mandate, we fear it ultimately represents a meaningless nod to privacy principles the administration has repeatedly abused in practice. We suggest three ways that Congress, once motivated, could finally uncover the facts on surveillance.

The White House announced a new interagency privacy council today. But with a limited mandate, we fear it ultimately represents a meaningless nod to privacy principles the administration has repeatedly abused in practice. We suggest three ways that Congress, once motivated, could finally uncover the facts on surveillance.___

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2016-02-10 00:12:38 (2 comments; 12 reshares; 77 +1s)Open 

Copyright shouldn't gave manufacturers a de facto monopoly on repairing their products.

Copyright shouldn't gave manufacturers a de facto monopoly on repairing their products.___

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2016-02-09 17:12:33 (3 comments; 6 reshares; 31 +1s)Open 

A trademark shouldn't trump the Mormon Mental Health Association's right to use the word "Mormon" in its name. 

A trademark shouldn't trump the Mormon Mental Health Association's right to use the word "Mormon" in its name. ___

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2016-02-08 19:43:30 (0 comments; 19 reshares; 68 +1s)Open 

20 years ago today, EFF co-founder John Perry Barlow answered the Communications Decency Act with a declaration of independence of cyberspace.

20 years ago today, EFF co-founder John Perry Barlow answered the Communications Decency Act with a declaration of independence of cyberspace.___

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2016-02-05 00:48:07 (8 comments; 4 reshares; 51 +1s)Open 

Computers are good at a lot of things. Recognizing fair use isn't one of them.

Computers are good at a lot of things. Recognizing fair use isn't one of them.___

2016-02-03 22:12:50 (0 comments; 11 reshares; 39 +1s)Open 

The Investigatory Powers Bill, as written, is so vague as to permit a vast range of surveillance actions, with profoundly insufficient oversight or insight into what Britain’s intelligence, military and police intend to do with their powers. It is, in effect, a carefully-crafted loophole wide enough to drive all of existing mass surveillance practice through.

The Investigatory Powers Bill, as written, is so vague as to permit a vast range of surveillance actions, with profoundly insufficient oversight or insight into what Britain’s intelligence, military and police intend to do with their powers. It is, in effect, a carefully-crafted loophole wide enough to drive all of existing mass surveillance practice through.___

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2016-02-03 18:57:25 (0 comments; 7 reshares; 24 +1s)Open 

Join EFF and digital rights enthusiasts in New York tomorrow for a special happy hour event: 

Join EFF and digital rights enthusiasts in New York tomorrow for a special happy hour event: ___

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2016-01-29 18:45:41 (15 comments; 31 reshares; 98 +1s)Open 

Why did Xerox just get a patent on something libraries have essentially done for decades? We take a look for our January Stupid Patent of the Month.

Why did Xerox just get a patent on something libraries have essentially done for decades? We take a look for our January Stupid Patent of the Month.___

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2016-01-27 22:23:21 (0 comments; 16 reshares; 67 +1s)Open 

Unless they’re wearing jackets from the 1980s, Congress shouldn’t hold “members only” hearings on NSA spying.

Unless they’re wearing jackets from the 1980s, Congress shouldn’t hold “members only” hearings on NSA spying.___

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2016-01-26 17:43:57 (9 comments; 25 reshares; 56 +1s)Open 

Texas police are combining license plate readers with credit card readers to go after people who couldn’t pay their court fines. What could go wrong? 

Texas police are combining license plate readers with credit card readers to go after people who couldn’t pay their court fines. What could go wrong? ___

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2016-01-25 19:01:53 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 40 +1s)Open 

We're hanging out with founder John Gilmore at the +USENIX #‎Enigma2016‬ conference! Program schedule: https://www.usenix.org/confer…/enigma2016/conference-program.

We're hanging out with founder John Gilmore at the +USENIX #‎Enigma2016‬ conference! Program schedule: https://www.usenix.org/confer…/enigma2016/conference-program.___

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2016-01-20 20:26:37 (1 comments; 5 reshares; 54 +1s)Open 

The FCC should ensure that prisoners and their families are treated fairly by inmate communication services. 

The FCC should ensure that prisoners and their families are treated fairly by inmate communication services. ___

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2016-01-17 18:08:58 (0 comments; 31 reshares; 109 +1s)Open 

55 years ago today, a war hero in the White House warned us of what Snowden later revealed. We have a great deal to learn from Ike's prescient warning.

55 years ago today, a war hero in the White House warned us of what Snowden later revealed. We have a great deal to learn from Ike's prescient warning.___

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2016-01-15 21:20:13 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 36 +1s)Open 

The House passed a FOIA reform bill. Here’s how the Senate should improve it.

The House passed a FOIA reform bill. Here’s how the Senate should improve it.___

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2016-01-15 19:57:51 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 18 +1s)Open 

The Foilies are back for Sunshine Week 2016! Send us your FOIA horror stories by Feb. 15. 

The Foilies are back for Sunshine Week 2016! Send us your FOIA horror stories by Feb. 15. ___

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2016-01-15 01:46:26 (5 comments; 17 reshares; 89 +1s)Open 

The government shouldn't try to turn tech companies into intelligence agencies.

The government shouldn't try to turn tech companies into intelligence agencies.___

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2016-01-13 19:08:56 (2 comments; 10 reshares; 48 +1s)Open 

AT&T shareholders ask the company to come clean about sharing data with law enforcement and intelligence community.

AT&T shareholders ask the company to come clean about sharing data with law enforcement and intelligence community.___

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2016-01-11 20:04:46 (0 comments; 12 reshares; 55 +1s)Open 

A brief history of governments hacking human rights organizations (and what should be done about it) by Eva Galperin and Morgan Marquis-Boire for Amnesty International.

A brief history of governments hacking human rights organizations (and what should be done about it) by Eva Galperin and Morgan Marquis-Boire for Amnesty International.___

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2016-01-11 20:03:12 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 30 +1s)Open 

Confused by Twitter's new rules? EFF breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Confused by Twitter's new rules? EFF breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly.___

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2016-01-07 23:43:56 (4 comments; 27 reshares; 97 +1s)Open 

Technology users worldwide help teach the CEO of T-Mobile US who EFF is.

Technology users worldwide help teach the CEO of T-Mobile US who EFF is.___

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2016-01-07 20:02:00 (3 comments; 8 reshares; 47 +1s)Open 

We're deeply concerned about Binge On. Here are our questions for T-Mobile. #AskJohn  

We're deeply concerned about Binge On. Here are our questions for T-Mobile. #AskJohn  ___

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2016-01-07 18:17:31 (1 comments; 8 reshares; 39 +1s)Open 

The proposed federal protections for human subjects of scientific research should be much, much stronger.

The proposed federal protections for human subjects of scientific research should be much, much stronger.___

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2016-01-06 19:43:37 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 25 +1s)Open 

Come join our team! We're looking for two amazing writers interested in fighting for a better digital future.

Come join our team! We're looking for two amazing writers interested in fighting for a better digital future.___

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2016-01-05 21:13:56 (3 comments; 12 reshares; 55 +1s)Open 

From the 32nd Chaos Communication Congress: EFF's General Counsel on how governments are taking aim at encryption in the Crypto Wars Part II. ‪#‎32C3‬

From the 32nd Chaos Communication Congress: EFF's General Counsel on how governments are taking aim at encryption in the Crypto Wars Part II. ‪#‎32C3‬___

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2016-01-04 17:36:20 (13 comments; 31 reshares; 86 +1s)Open 

Confirmed: TMobile's Binge On doesn't actually optimize video streams—it just throttles all video traffic.

Confirmed: TMobile's Binge On doesn't actually optimize video streams—it just throttles all video traffic.___

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2016-01-03 23:53:58 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 32 +1s)Open 

Over 8 million digital devices were sold to schools this year. What privacy protections can students expect?

Over 8 million digital devices were sold to schools this year. What privacy protections can students expect?___

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2016-01-03 23:41:38 (1 comments; 10 reshares; 33 +1s)Open 

The passage of CISA does not mean that these types of data breaches would be prevented in the future.

The passage of CISA does not mean that these types of data breaches would be prevented in the future.___

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2016-01-02 14:37:36 (0 comments; 12 reshares; 61 +1s)Open 

This is the year that many people worldwide began questioning why closed is the default in academic publishing.

This is the year that many people worldwide began questioning why closed is the default in academic publishing.___

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2016-01-01 16:37:10 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 32 +1s)Open 

Small justice in 2015: the Zone 9 bloggers were freed in Ethiopia, but others still held in Iran, Syria, and Egypt.

Small justice in 2015: the Zone 9 bloggers were freed in Ethiopia, but others still held in Iran, Syria, and Egypt.___

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2016-01-01 16:25:25 (1 comments; 6 reshares; 44 +1s)Open 

The FCC made the right calls in 2015: "Yes" to net neutrality, and "No" to further regulation of Internet tech.

The FCC made the right calls in 2015: "Yes" to net neutrality, and "No" to further regulation of Internet tech.___

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2015-12-31 21:50:05 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 23 +1s)Open 

Securing “the nation’s best digital privacy law” and other 2015 digital rights victories in state legislatures. 

Securing “the nation’s best digital privacy law” and other 2015 digital rights victories in state legislatures. ___

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2015-12-31 21:02:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 27 +1s)Open 

Join us for another year of fighting for digital civil liberties!

Join us for another year of fighting for digital civil liberties!___

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2015-12-31 16:59:42 (0 comments; 11 reshares; 46 +1s)Open 

Who knew that in 2015 we'd still be "debating" encryption? 

Who knew that in 2015 we'd still be "debating" encryption? ___

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2015-12-31 16:16:41 (1 comments; 4 reshares; 38 +1s)Open 

Record numbers of lawsuits filed by patent trolls. When will Congress step in?

Record numbers of lawsuits filed by patent trolls. When will Congress step in?___

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2015-12-28 19:21:57 (11 comments; 29 reshares; 60 +1s)Open 

Federal health officials want to exempt intelligence agencies from medical experiment ethics rule.

Federal health officials want to exempt intelligence agencies from medical experiment ethics rule.___

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2015-12-28 17:56:46 (2 comments; 28 reshares; 88 +1s)Open 

Microsoft's Stupid (design) Patent on a slider bar could mean it gets all the profits of any infringing software.

Microsoft's Stupid (design) Patent on a slider bar could mean it gets all the profits of any infringing software.___

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2015-12-28 16:51:41 (21 comments; 6 reshares; 37 +1s)Open 

In 2015, EFF fought for the digital rights of 2.2 million people in U.S. prisons.

In 2015, EFF fought for the digital rights of 2.2 million people in U.S. prisons.___

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2015-12-27 15:06:18 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 43 +1s)Open 

A summer of car hacks drove home the need for security research without copyright obstacles.

A summer of car hacks drove home the need for security research without copyright obstacles.___

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2015-12-27 01:54:26 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 31 +1s)Open 

In the Middle East, it's been a hard year for those wishing to speak freely about their governments.



In the Middle East, it's been a hard year for those wishing to speak freely about their governments.

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2015-12-26 17:42:04 (1 comments; 10 reshares; 38 +1s)Open 

The CFAA is out of touch with modern technology usage, and people face decades in prison as a result. 

The CFAA is out of touch with modern technology usage, and people face decades in prison as a result. ___

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2015-12-25 23:42:09 (4 comments; 13 reshares; 62 +1s)Open 

2015 has been an interesting year for copyright law around the world. Mostly in a bad way.

2015 has been an interesting year for copyright law around the world. Mostly in a bad way.___

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2015-12-25 20:12:44 (1 comments; 6 reshares; 40 +1s)Open 

For the first time in 39 years, Congress passed a law in 2015 to curtail domestic spying. What's next?


For the first time in 39 years, Congress passed a law in 2015 to curtail domestic spying. What's next?
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2015-12-24 23:39:23 (2 comments; 5 reshares; 54 +1s)Open 

The Fast Track fight was pivotal in delaying the TPP, giving us a better chance to stop it in 2016. 

The Fast Track fight was pivotal in delaying the TPP, giving us a better chance to stop it in 2016. ___

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2015-12-24 19:57:36 (1 comments; 13 reshares; 68 +1s)Open 

What if you could evade online trackers with the click of a button? We're trying to make that a reality. 

What if you could evade online trackers with the click of a button? We're trying to make that a reality. ___

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2015-12-24 00:02:03 (2 comments; 24 reshares; 111 +1s)Open 

In just the first two weeks of public availability, Let’s Encrypt issued over 130,000 certificates. 

In just the first two weeks of public availability, Let’s Encrypt issued over 130,000 certificates. ___

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2015-12-23 22:50:41 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 22 +1s)Open 

Hoping to read more EFF-y stuff in the new year? Got you covered. Some of our favorite books (and more) of 2015.

Hoping to read more EFF-y stuff in the new year? Got you covered. Some of our favorite books (and more) of 2015.___

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2015-12-23 22:33:50 (0 comments; 8 reshares; 43 +1s)Open 

The best and worst moments in the fight for digital rights this year:

The best and worst moments in the fight for digital rights this year:___

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