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Trump vs. The Media

EFF Civil Liberties Director David Greene joins Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jonathan Freedman and San Francisco Chronicle Reporter Vivian Ho in a panel discussion regarding the media's relationship with the 45th President. City College of San Francisco Ocean Campus Multi-Use Building Wednesday, April 26, 2017 7-9 p.m.

Mavrix Photographs v. Live Journal

The case involves LiveJournal, a social media platform that allows users to create “communities” based on a common theme or subject. The communities are partly managed by moderators, who review posts (including photos) that users submit to make sure they follow the rules for posting and commenting created by the...

EFF Releases Spying on Students Ed Tech Report

EFF Survey Reveals Gaps in Protecting the Privacy of K-12 Students Using School-Issued Devices and Cloud Apps “They are collecting and storing data to be used against my child in the future, creating a profile before he can intellectually understand the consequences of his searches and digital behavior." This...

Spying on Students: School-Issued Devices and Student Privacy

by Frida Alim, Nate Cardozo, Gennie Gebhart, Karen Gullo, and Amul Kalia Download the report as a PDF . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Students and their families are backed into a corner. As students across the United States are handed school-issued laptops and signed up for educational cloud services, the way the...

When Did You First Realize the Importance of Online Privacy?

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US government drops effort to unmask anti-Trump Twitter account

The US government has backed down from its attempt to unmask an anonymous Twitter account that criticized the Trump administration, a victory for free speech advocates. Jamie Lee Williams, a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said: “The fact that they withdrew the summons doesn’t necessarily show that the...

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