It's spooky season 🎃 But don't let the latest digital rights news scare you—we've got a breakdown of the latest headlines with our EFFector newsletter. This latest issue covers the government spying law Section 702 and why it must end; our fight against the Kids Online Safety Act, and other bills aimed at "protecting the children" through censorship; and a couple of recent digital rights victories in California.

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EFFector 35.13 | Congress Needs to Get Real

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