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DMCA Safe Harbors

Tell the Copyright Office: Keep Safe Harbors Safe

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbors are a vital protection for websites and Internet services of all sizes. But thanks to a new Copyright Office rule, website owners could lose safe harbor protections if they don’t register online by December 31. And that’s not all: Hollywood lobbyists are...
Foilies

Nominations Now Open for The Foilies 2018

For the fourth year, EFF is naming and shaming government officials and agencies around the country who stand in the way of transparency. We honor these information gatekeepers with The Foilies, our tongue-in-cheek “awards” during Sunshine Week, which runs from March 11-17, 2018. Think of it like “The Golden Raspberries,”...

Adult Content Policies: A Textbook Case of Private Censorship

Of the many reasons why social media platforms should resist pressure to “voluntarily” censor their users, one stands out: history shows that they will do it badly, taking down valuable and lawful content in the name of enforcing community standards. The result: practical speech discrimination. Facebook’s adult content policy is...

EFF at 34C3

Find EFF in Leipzig at the 34th iteration of one of the largest technology, security, and activism conferences in the world, Chaos Communication Congress. Learn how our team of lawyers, technologists, and activists are working to protect online rights, and connect with the larger international digital freedom community. We'll be...

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