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Digital Security Advice for Journalists Covering the Protests Against Police Violence

This guide is an overview of digital security considerations specific to journalists covering protests. For EFF’s comprehensive guide to digital security, including advice for activists and protesters, visit ssd.eff.org. Legal advice in this post is specific to the United States. As the international protests against police killings enter their third...

Can Interoperability Fix the Internet?

Join Lincoln Network for a discussion of the different approaches to interoperability, potential policy mechanisms to get us there, and why it’s important for the future of the Internet.Featuring:–Cindy Cohn, Executive Director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation–Chris Riley, Director of Public Policy at Mozilla–Charlotte Slaiman, Competition Policy Director at Public...
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Panel Discussion on Facial Recognition Use in Portland

Portland city officials are onsidering a facial recognition ban and are looking to go a step further and address use by private entities as well. There are many details to consider when adopting technologies like facial recognition, which can be used for surveillance. What are the costs and benefits? Who...

EFF, ACLU File Lawsuit to Stop Los Angeles From Collecting Real-Time Tracking Data on Citizens’ Rental Scooters

Los Angeles—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today joined the ACLU of northern and southern California in filing a lawsuit against Los Angeles for collecting detailed trip data and real-time locations and routes of the electric scooters thousands of residents use each day.EFF, ACLU-Northern California, ACLU-Southern California, and Greenberg Glusker...

Why Slow Networks Really Cost More Than Fiber

A myth often pushed by incumbents who want to forestall universal fiber is that there is a high “cost” of fiber and cheaper alternatives. They’ll point to figures that for example show that a fiber-to-the home approach costs several thousands of dollars per household, when upgrading the copper DSL line...
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Technical Excellence and Scale

In America, we hope that businesses will grow by inventing amazing things that people love – rather than through deep-pocketed catch-and-kill programs in which every competitor is bought and tamed before it can grow to become a threat. We want vibrant, competitive, innovative markets where companies vie to create the...

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