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Newly Released Surveillance Orders Show That Even with Individualized Court Oversight, Spying Powers Are Misused

Once-secret surveillance court orders obtained by EFF last week show that even when the court authorizes the government to spy on specific Americans for national security purposes, that authorization can be misused to potentially violate other people’s civil liberties. These documents raise larger questions about whether the government can...

Net Neutrality with Citizens, Rise!

Join Citizens, Rise!, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Oakland Privacy for a discussion on net neutrality, privacy and how communities can organize to protect their rights!
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Alternative News vs. the Surveillance State

The media has a crucial role to play in exposing how police are invading privacy through new technologies, and the alternative press has long been the standard bearers. At the 2018 Association of Alternative Newsmedia Digital Conference, EFF Investigative Researcher Dave Maass will provide an overview of surveillance tech and...

Playboy Entertainment Group v. Happy Mutants

Playboy Entertainment sued Happy Mutants, LLC, the company behind acclaimed website Boing Boing. Playboy accused Boing Boing of copyright infringement for reporting on a historical collection of Playboy centerfolds and linking to a third-party site. Boing Boing began life as a zine in 1988 before moving to the web in...

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