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EFF Awards 2023

For over thirty years, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has presented awards recognizing key leaders and organizations advancing innovation and championing digital rights. The EFF Awards celebrate the accomplishments of people working toward a better future for technology users, both in the public eye and behind the scenes.EFF is pleased...
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EFF Tech Trivia @ DEF CON 31

EFF is proud to present EFF Tech Trivia @ DEF CON 31! Live on Saturday, August 12, 18:00 to 20:00 Pacific, featuring Cooper the Cybertiger as Quizmaster.EFF's team of technology experts have crafted challenging trivia about the fascinating, obscure, and trivial aspects of digital security, online rights, and internet...

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Abortion Access in the Age of Digital Surveillance @ DEF CON 31

In the year since the Supreme Court overturned federal legal protections for reproductive rights, people seeking, providing, and supporting reproductive healthcare are grappling with the challenges of digital surveillance. Multiple services and apps track our movements and communications, and that data can be used by law enforcement and private parties...

Tracking the Worlds Dumbest Cyber-Mercenaries @ DEF CON 31

For the last 6 years my colleagues and I have been tracking the activities of the cyber-mercenaries we call Dark Caracal. In this time we have observed them make a number of hilarious mistakes which have allowed us to gain crucial insights into their activities and victims. In this talk...

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Ask the EFF @ DEF CON 31

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is thrilled to return to DEF CON 31 to answer your burning questions on pressing digital rights issues. Our panelists will provide updates on current EFF work, including the fight against government surveillance and protecting creative expression, before turning it over to attendees to pose...

EFF at DEF CON 31

Join EFF at DEF CON 31! We're excited to be back for another DEF CON with a membership booth in the Vendor area, a contest, and a bunch of talks.Join the CauseCome find us in the Vendor area talk to us about the latest in online rights, get on...

EFF at BSidesLV

Once again, EFF is excited to be back at the Tuscany Suites & Casino for BSides Las Vegas! Stop by the EFF booth to chat with some of our team and learn about the latest developments in defending digital freedom for all. You can even pick up a special...

Expanding Broadband in Portland, The Time Is Now

Access to high-speed internet in our homes is an essential service like water and electricity, not a luxury. Our local and regional governments have a responsibility to provide equitable, accessible, and affordable fast-internet service to every home and business- just like electricity, water, and waste removal. Portland, Oregon, has existing...

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Nurturing the Internet Freedom Movement 🌱

EFF has been cultivating a better internet for all of us for over 30 years. Together we till the hard ground, plant the ideas, nurture the discussions, and nourish the movement we know today. Member support ensures that EFF can continue to weed out attacks on digital freedom with nuanced...

Preliminary Injunction Limiting Government Communications with Platforms Tackles Illegal “Jawboning,” But Fails to Provide Guidance on What’s Unconstitutional

A July 4 preliminary injunction issued by a federal judge in Louisiana limiting government contacts with social media platforms deals with government “jawboning”—urging private persons and entities to censor another’s speech—a serious issue deserving serious attention and judicial scrutiny.The First Amendment forbids the government from coercing a private entity...

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