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California Finally Releases Wiretap Dataset

In 2016, California investigators used state wiretapping laws 563 times to capture 7.8 million communications from 181,000 people, and only 19% of these communications were incriminating. The year's wiretaps cost nearly $30 million. We know this, and much more, now that the California Department of Justice (CADOJ) for the first...
EFF Press Release

EFF Sues DOJ For Records on Procedures for Ending NSL Gag Orders

San Francisco, California—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) sued the Justice Department today to obtain records that can shed light on whether the FBI is complying with a Congressional mandate that it periodically review and lift National Security Letter (NSL) gag orders that are no longer needed. The...
Do Not Track flag mounted on laptop

With New Browser Tech, Apple Preserves Privacy and Google Preserves Trackers

Recently Google and Apple announced plans to respond to complaints about online advertising. Both companies will implement changes to their browsers to neutralize some of the most annoying ad formats, but only Apple has chosen to address concerns around user privacy. Starting sometime in 2018, Google's Chrome browser will begin...

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