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Advancing the New Machine: Human Rights and Technology Conference

Chris Palmer, EFF's Technology Director, discusses "Security and Protection." Katitza Rodriguez, EFF International Rights Director, discusses "Databases and Data Management." This conference is open to human rights activists, technologists, and those who are interested in the intersection of technology and human rights activism. There is a fee for registration to...

Council of Europe and Internet Freedom: From Principles to Global Treaty Law

Katitza Rodriguez, EFF International Rights Director is attending the The Council of Europe and Internet Freedom: From Principles to Global Treaty Law. These bodies are also examining possible international law responses to the need to ensure Internet freedom and universality and the proper functioning and stability of the Internet...

Members-Only Speakeasy: Bay Area Is Back!

Current members will be invited to join EFF technologists, activists, attorneys, and fellow members for happy hour at a secret San Francisco location on Thursday, April 21st. We'll present a brief update on the topic of YOUR choice! Vote to hear about our latest tech projects, activism campaigns, or legal...

Lawsuit Against YouTube Threatens Global Growth of Political Speech

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and a coalition of advocacy groups have asked a federal appeals court to reject attempts to thwart federal copyright law and saddle online communities with new litigation fears in the appeal of Viacom v. YouTube. In an amicus brief filed Thursday, EFF...

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