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This Week in Internet Censorship: activists and bloggers under fire, "cyber security" proposals, and surveillance tech exports

Thailand
Clicking “like” on Facebook in Thailand can potentially land you in prison. The Thai Minister of Information and Communication Technology declared last Tuesday that they will begin charging Facebook users for “liking” or sharing content that could be deemed offensive to the Thai throne, the sentence for...

EFF Seeks to Widen Exemptions Won in Last DMCA Rulemaking

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged the U.S. Copyright Office today to renew and expand the critical exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) granted last year in response to EFF's requests to protect the rights of American consumers who modify electronic gadgets and make remix...

New Global Chokepoints Project Tracks Censorship Around the World

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), in collaboration with over a dozen civil society organizations worldwide, today launched Global Chokepoints at www.globalchokepoints.org to document how copyright enforcement is being used to censor online free expression in countries around the world.
Global Chokepoints, funded in part through a...

Rein In Invasive Border Searches AND Benefit EFF!

Thank you for being a part of the Electronic Frontier Foundation's movement to protect civil liberties. Did you know that you can help defend your right to privacy and fund EFF's work — all without spending your own money?
Right now CREDO Mobile customers and activists are...

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