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RightsCon 2022: Nerfing surveillance: advocating for real privacy in extended reality

Katitza Rodriguez, Policy Director for Global Privacy at EFF, speaks on a panel on surveillance and privacy rights in extended reality and virtual world games. As extended reality and virtual world games are becoming more prevalent, we need to critically examine the privacy shortcomings of the industry’s sometimes walled-garden infrastructure....

"Doing Recent History" Panel at the 2022 American Political History Conference

At a moment when democracy is under assault in the U.S. and abroad, and when grassroots activism is rapidly and radically altering the terms of political debate, U.S. political history has been thriving, both inside the academy and in the wider world of activism, journalism, and politics. This conference aims...

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When DRM Comes For Your Wheelchair

Making it easier for people who use powered wheelchairs to get them fixed won’t solve all the other problems with powered wheelchairs: it won’t solve the problem of being forced to use indoor chairs outdoors; it won’t solve the problem of a market concentrated into the hands of two companies...

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