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RightsCon: The future of civil society's online home – .ORG

Last November, news broke that the Internet Society had agreed to sell Public Interest Registry – the organization responsible for overseeing the .ORG top-level domain — to a newly formed private equity firm called Ethos Capital. After months of debate and widespread outcry from civil society and other stakeholders around...

A Legal Deep Dive on Mexico’s Disastrous New Copyright Law

Mexico has just adopted a terrible new copyright law, thanks to pressure from the United States (and specifically from the copyright maximalists that hold outsized influence on US foreign policy). This law closely resembles the Digital Millennium Copyright Act enacted in the US 1998, with a few differences that make...

Mexico's New Copyright Law Undermines Mexico's National Sovereignty, Continuing Generations of Unfair "Fair Trade Deals" Between the USA and Latin America

Earlier this month, Mexico's Congress hastily imported most of the US copyright system into Mexican law, in a dangerous and ill-considered act. But neither this action nor its consequences occurred in a vacuum: rather, it was a consequence of Donald Trump's US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the successor to NAFTA...
DEF CON Safe Mode

EFF at DEF CON Safe Mode

Join us for the first ever DEF CON Safe Mode! DEF CON is one of the oldest and largest continuously running hacker conventions around. This virtual version of the event will be free to all and streaming on Twitch! We're excited to have multiple talks and contests for the...
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A Legislative Path to an Interoperable Internet

It’s not enough to say that the Internet is built on interoperability. The Internet is interoperability. Billions of machines around the world use the same set of open protocols—like TCP/IP, HTTP, and TLS—to talk to one another. The first Internet-connected devices were only possible because phone lines provided interoperable communication...

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