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Baltimore CryptoParty

In the wake of the Equifax breach, 145 million Americans have had their names, addresses, license numbers, dates of birth, and Social Security numbers (SSNs) compromised. As we continue to learn more about the breach, it is important to share facts rather than fear and uncertainty. Join EFF Technologist Erica...

GW Libraries Privacy Week

Hosted by GW Libraries and Academic Innovation, Privacy Week, running November 13-17, is a series of talks, workshops, and panels that explore privacy in the digital age. Open to the GW community and the general public, the events focus on responding to cyber violence, surveillance, and secure and encrypted technologies...
Equifax Breach

Here's How Congress Should Respond to the Equifax Breach

There is very little doubt that Equifax’s negligent security practices were a major contributing factor in the massive breach of 145.5-million Americans’ most sensitive information. In the wake of the breach, EFF has spent a lot of time thinking through how to ensure that such a catastrophic breach doesn’t happen...
Stop SESTA: Woman Holds Phone with 230 Free Speech Icon

Internet Association Endorses Internet Censorship Bill

A trade group representing giants of Internet business from Facebook to Microsoft has just endorsed a “compromise” version of the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA), a bill that would be disastrous for free speech and online communities. Just a few hours after Senator Thune’s amended version of SESTA surfaced...

The Term “Homegrown Violent Extremist” Needs Transparency

The Department of Defense has broadened surveillance to encompass a new type of potential, U.S.-based threat but it has not publicly described the criteria it uses to evaluate the threat. According to documents revealed by Human Rights Watch through a Freedom of Information Request, the Department of Defense can...

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