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India’s Draconian Rules for Internet Platforms Threaten User Privacy and Undermine Encryption

The Indian government’s new Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code (“2021 Rules”) pose huge problems for free expression and Internet users’ privacy. They include dangerous requirements for platforms to identify the origins of messages and pre-screen content, which fundamentally breaks strong encryption for messaging tools.
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Final Day: Connect to a Brighter Internet ☀️

Through Wednesday July 21, anyone can join EFF or renew their membership for as little as $20 and get a pack of issue-focused Digital Freedom Analog Postcards. We made this special-edition snail mail set to further connect you with friends or family, and to help boost the signal for a...

Article 17 Copyright Directive: The Court of Justice’s Advocate General Rejects Fundamental Rights Challenge But Defends Users Against Overblocking

The Advocate General (AG) of the EU Court of Justice today missed an opportunity to fully protect internet users from censorship by automated filtering, finding that the disastrous Article 17 of the EU Copyright Directive doesn’t run afoul of Europeans’ free expression rights. The good news is that the...

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CyPurr Session: Mid-Year Clear!

You made it till July...Congrats! This month, Cypurr will be talking ways to de-clutter your device, and raise awareness around sites and apps that track you in the background!
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30th USENIX Security Symposium

EFF is proud to support the 30th USENIX Security Symposium!About USENIX Security: USENIX Security brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers, and others to share and explore the latest advances in the security and privacy of computer systems and networks. #usesec21

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