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EFF, International Partners Appeal to EU Delegates to Help Fix Flaws in Draft UN Cybercrime Treaty That Can Undermine EU's Data Protection Framework

With the final negotiating session to approve the UN Cybercrime Treaty just days away, EFF and 21 international civil society organizations today urgently called on delegates from EU states and the European Commission to push back on the draft convention's many flaws, which include an excessively broad scope that...

EFF at DEF CON 32

EFF's excited to be back for another DEF CON with a membership booth in the Vendor area, a contest, and a bunch of talks. Be sure to catch us at the world's largest annual hacker convention in Las Vegas from August 8-11!Join the CauseCome find us in Vendor Hall...

EFF at BSides Las Vegas

Once again, EFF is excited to be back at the Tuscany Suites & Casino for a spooky BSides Las Vegas. Come see us at the annual infosec and hacker conference from August 6-August 7!Stop by the EFF booth to chat with some of our team and learn about the...

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Conference: CPDP LatAm 2024

Join Us for an Engaging Session on Human Rights and AI at CPDP LatAm 2024!Hear from our Veridiana Alimonti and other leading experts on AI and the human rights impact in the Inter-American system! Date: Thursday, July 18th Time: 9:15 - 10:15 AM (GMT-3) Location: FGV Rio de Janeiro Conference...

To Sixth Circuit: Government Officials Should Not Have Free Rein to Block Critics on Their Social Media Accounts When Used For Governmental Purposes

Legal intern Danya Hajjaji was the lead author of this post.The Sixth Circuit must carefully apply a new “state action” test from the U.S. Supreme Court to ensure that public officials who use social media to speak for the government do not have free rein to infringe critics’ First Amendment...

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