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Video Hearings Tuesday and Wednesday: EFF Will Tell Copyright Office That Consumers Should Have the Freedom to Fix, Modify Digital Devices They Own

San Francisco—On Tuesday, April 20, and Wednesday, April 21, experts from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) fighting copyright abuse will testify at virtual hearings held by the Copyright Office in favor of exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) so people who have purchased digital devices—from cameras and...


Privacy Advisory Commissions

What is a privacy advisory commission? What types of privacy issues does it address? Who does it advise? How does it work? Should Portland have one?
PyCon US 2021

EFF at PyCon 2021

EFF is excited to be a part of PyCon US 2021, put on by the Python Software Foundation! If you're interested in learning about the Python programming language, this is the event for you.You can also stop by and say hi to EFF! We'll be at one of the...

EFF Partners with DuckDuckGo to Enhance Secure Browsing and Protect User Information on the Web

San Francisco, California—Boosting protection of Internet users’ personal data from snooping advertisers and third-party trackers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today announced it has enhanced its groundbreaking HTTPS Everywhere browser extension by incorporating rulesets from DuckDuckGo Smarter Encryption.The partnership represents the next step in the...

Cindy Cohn at COLLISION Conference 2021

Join EFF's Cindy Cohn at COLLISION Conference 2021, the "Olympics of Tech".The Law of CyberspaceSuper Fireside ChatApril 20 at 9:55amCindy will join Professor Scott Shapiro and reporter Joseph Menn to discuss The Law of Cyberspace.The internet has been likened to the wild west – lawless and disruptive. In this session,...

Supreme Court

Why EFF Supports Repeal of Qualified Immunity

Our digital rights are only as strong as our power to enforce them. But when we sue government officials for violating our digital rights, they often get away with it because of a dangerous legal doctrine called “qualified immunity.” Do you think you have a First Amendment right to use...


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