Today, we are launching an audio version of our monthly-ish newsletter EFFector to give you a new way to learn about the latest in online freedom, and offer greater accessibility to anyone who is visually impaired or would just like to listen!
Surveillance Shouldn’t Be a Prerequisite for an Education - EFFector 32.25
Since 1990 the Electronic Frontier Foundation has published EFFector to help keep readers up to date on digital rights issues. The intersection of technology, civil liberties, human rights, and the law can be complicated, so EFFector is a great way to stay on top of things. The newsletter is jam-packed with links to updates, announcements, blog posts, and other stories to help keep readers up to date on the movement to protect online privacy and free expression.
The audio version of EFFector is a reading of our newsletter, made to bring EFF issues to more people in a new way. Be sure to listen on our YouTube channel just a few days after we send out the newsletter.
Keep in mind that EFFector is just a summary—if you like the stories you hear or read in EFFector, check out the full issue, along with its links to full Deeplinks blog, press releases, and news stories. Just click any of the links in the newsletter to read all of the full stories. Don't forget—you can always subscribe to receive EFFector by email or listen on EFF's YouTube channel and at the Internet Archive.
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