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Internet Freedom Discussed at the Council of Europe

When governments and companies assemble on an international level to discuss "Internet freedom," EFF's policy experts go on alert. All too frequently, government-level discussions about Internet freedom turn into opportunities to discuss tangential issues, many of which have negative implications on online freedom: laws and policies promoting censorship and surveillance...


Update: An official Senate version of the draft PROTECT IP Act has been released and is available here. This version changes the “interactive computer services” language mentioned in our post below to “information location tools,” a term that points back to section 512(d) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act...

Cyber-surveillance in Everyday Life: An International Workshop

EFF Senior Staff Attorney Lee Tien participatesin the Opening Plenary "Advocates’ perspectives on “burning issues” in cyber-surveillance" which takes place on Friday, May 13 at 9:30 a.m. Where: Campbell Conference Facility Munk School of Global Affairs University of Toronto

Geek Gathering with Tunisian Activist Sami ben Gharbia

Join EFF on Friday May 20th for a very special Geek Reading with Sami Ben Gharbia. Sami is a Tunisian anti-censorship activist and blogger based in the Netherlands. He is the co-founder of, an award-winning collective blog about Tunisian news and politics. Sami serves as Advocacy Director for Global...

Jillian York live on Al Jazeera Television: The Stream

Jillian York, EFF's new Director of International Freedom of Expression, will be co-hosting "The Stream" with a focus on Freedom of Expression in African nations. The show will air live at 11:30 a.m. and will then be on YouTube within 24 hours of airing.


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