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Help EFF Research Web Browser Tracking

What fingerprints does your browser leave behind as you surf the web? Traditionally, people assume they can prevent a website from identifying them by disabling cookies on their web browser. Unfortunately, this is not the whole story. When you visit a website, you are allowing that site to access a...

Free Press Blogs on FCC's Net Neutrality Plans

Chris Riley, Policy Counsel for Free Press (and former EFF legal intern), has worked up an illuminating multi-part series of blog posts explaining some of the key issues that have been raised in the FCC's net neutrality proceedings (EFF's comments to the FCC echo many of the points discussed)...

ACTA: International Harmonization at What Cost?

The next round of negotiations on ACTA start today in Guadalajara, Mexico. This week’s negotiations will apparently focus on civil enforcement, border measures, and enforcement procedures in the digital environment, and briefly, transparency. One of the main goals of ACTA is creating new harmonized international IP enforcement standards above...

Blogging ACTA Across the Globe: CIPPIC's David Fewer on What ACTA Means for Canadian Citizens

The next round of negotiations on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) — the secret copyright treaty that targets the Internet — starts tomorrow in Guadalajara, Mexico. From January 26-29, negotiators from Australia, Canada, the European Union, Japan, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Switzerland, and the...

EFF Experts to Speak at FTC Privacy Roundtable

Berkeley, CA - On Thursday, January 28, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is hosting a day-long public roundtable in Berkeley, California, exploring the privacy challenges posted by new developments in technology. Three experts from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) are taking part. Panels at Thursday's roundtable include "Technology and Privacy,...

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