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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?
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Pakistan Telecommunication Authority Attempts to Ban “Obscene” Words from Texts

On November 14th, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) sent a notice to Pakistani cell phone carriers, demanding that they block 1,600 terms and phrases it deemed “obscene” from being transmitted via text message. The extensive list runs the gamut from mundane words like “hole,” “joint,” and “period,” to head-scratchers...

Working Party on the Information Economy

Katitza Rodriguez, EFF International Rights Director will represent the Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council (CSISAC) www.csisac.org at this event.
This committee focuses on digital content and information communications technology (ICT) policies.
(This event is not open to the public.)

46th Working Party on Communications and Infrastructure Services Policy

Katitza Rodriguez, EFF International Rights Director will represent the Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council (CSISAC) www.csisac.org at this event.
This Committee reviews telecommunications and Internet policy including regulatory reform, and the convergence of telecommunication, Internet, cable television, and broadcasting networks.
(This event is...

OECD: 31st Working Party on Information Security and Privacy


Katitza Rodriguez, EFF International Rights Director will represent the Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council (CSISAC) www.csisac.org at this event.
The WPISP develops policy on information security and privacy, including the revision of the 1980 OECD privacy guidelines, “cybersecurity,” cloud computing, and smart grids,...

Introducing @EFFLive

We’re pleased to announce another way to connect with the Electronic Frontier Foundation: our new live-tweeting account @EFFLive. We officially unveiled it last week during the House Judiciary Committee hearing on the Internet blacklist legislation.With so many events affecting digital civil liberties going on, we want to provide...

After the Hearing: SOPA Down But Not Yet Out

Last week proved to be an important one in the ongoing saga of the horrendous Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), the House of Representatives’ Internet blacklist bill: the House Judiciary Committee held the first hearing on the bill Wednesday. Over the past several weeks, we’ve been highlighting why this...

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