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EFF at RightsCon

After three years of virtual gatherings, RightsCon is back! The 12th edition of the world’s leading summit on human rights in the digital age will be a hybrid convening taking place online through the RightsCon platform and in San José, Costa Rica between June 5-8.RightsCon provides an opportunity...

Digital Rights Updates with EFFector 35.7

Catch up on the latest news in the digital rights movement with our EFFector newsletter! Our latest issue is out now, and it is jam packed with updates, from decisions made by the Supreme court on Section 230 and fair use cases, to EFF's investigation into California police agencies sharing...

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لإنقاذ الأخبار، علينا حظر إعلانات المراقبة

هذا هو الجزء الثالث من سلسلة متواصلة من خمسة أجزاء. الجزء الأول، المقدمة، هنا. الجزء الثاني، حول تفكيك شركات الإعلان التكنولوجية، موجود هنا. صناعة الإعلان التكنولوجية مربحة بشكل لا يصدق، فهي تجني مئات المليارات من الدولارات كل عام من خلال التجسس علينا. تمتلك هذه الشركات مجسات تصل...

How to Fix the Internet podcast episode: Who Inserted the Creepy? with Dave Eggers

Podcast Episode: Who Inserted the Creepy?

Writers sit watching a stranger’s search engine terms being typed in real time, a voyeuristic peek into that person’s most private thoughts. A woman lands a dream job at a powerful tech company but uncovers an agenda affecting the lives of all of humanity. An app developer keeps pitching the...
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Victory in California! Police Instructors Can’t Claim Copyright Protections to Block Release of Use-of-Force and Other Training Materials

After a two-year legal battle, the state agency that certifies police officers in California has agreed to EFF's demand that it stop using copyright concerns as a predicate to withhold law enforcement training materials from public scrutiny. The immediate impact of this victory for transparency is the public will be...

Civil Liberties Groups Demand California Police Stop Sharing Drivers’ Location Data With Police In Anti-Abortion States

SAN FRANCISCO—Seventy-one* California police agencies in 22 counties must immediately stop sharing automated license plate reader (ALPR) data with law enforcement agencies in other states because it violates California law and could enable prosecution of abortion seekers and providers elsewhere, three civil liberties groups demanded Thursday in letters to those...


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