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Article 17 Copyright Directive: The Court of Justice’s Advocate General Rejects Fundamental Rights Challenge But Defends Users Against Overblocking

The Advocate General (AG) of the EU Court of Justice today missed an opportunity to fully protect internet users from censorship by automated filtering, finding that the disastrous Article 17 of the EU Copyright Directive doesn’t run afoul of Europeans’ free expression rights. The good news is that the...

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CyPurr Session: Mid-Year Clear!

You made it till July...Congrats! This month, Cypurr will be talking ways to de-clutter your device, and raise awareness around sites and apps that track you in the background!
Usenix Security Symposium August 11-13

30th USENIX Security Symposium

EFF is proud to support the 30th USENIX Security Symposium!About USENIX Security: USENIX Security brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers, and others to share and explore the latest advances in the security and privacy of computer systems and networks. #usesec21

The Diana Initiative July 16-17

EFF at The Diana Initiative 2021

EFF is excited to be a part of The Diana Initiative! This is a diversity-driven conference committed to helping all underrepresented genders, sexualities, races, and cultures in Information Security. The Diana Initiative will feature multiple speaker tracks, villages with hands-on workshops, and a women-led Capture the Flag event. There...

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Artificial Intelligence & Algorithms: How we train surveillance tools

In this conversation, three speakers unpack how artificial intelligence is built, question the intelligence we project onto statistical calculations, and explore the ways that existing social relations are reproduced in the very algorithms often intended to remove human fallibility and emotions.

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