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EFF at OURSA

On Tuesday, April 17, EFF's Eva Galperin will be speaking on a panel at OUR Security Advocates (OURSA) called "Advocating for High-Risk Groups." OURSA is a single-track, one-day conference with four topic sessions highlights a diverse set of experts from across information security, safety, trust, and other related...

Large ISPs that Orchestrated the Repeal of the Open Internet Order Ask California’s Legislature to Stand Down and Just Let Them Win Already

The fight to protect Internet freedom is coming to California this month as the Senate Energy and Utilities Committee (April 17) and Senate Judiciary Committee (April 24) have scheduled hearings and votes on Senator Wiener’s S.B. 822, comprehensive legislation that would utilize the tools available to the...
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Mapping Back: Using Public Records to Map Police Surveillance on Roadways

Mapping Back: Using Public Records to Map Police Surveillance on Roadways On roadways across the country, police and private companies alike regularly collect data on every driver's travel patterns through automated license plate reader technology (ALPR), camera systems that scan license plates to create enormous databases in real time. This...

User Privacy Isn't Solely a Facebook Issue

During Congressional hearings about Facebook’s data practices in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica fiasco, Mark Zuckerberg drew an important distinction between what we expect from our Internet service providers (ISPs, such as Comcast or Verizon) as opposed to platforms like Facebook that operate over the Internet. Put simply, an...

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