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Carpenter v. United States

In Carpenter, the FBI was was investigating a string of robberies in and around Detroit in 2011. In order to link the defendant to the crimes, the government obtained 127 days of his cell phone records from MetroPCS—without a warrant—to try to place him at the locations of the robberies...

A Critic Uses the DMCA to Avoid Criticism

Critics, perhaps more than anyone, should know fair use. It’s impossible to review a book, movie, or a video game without using text or images from that same copyrighted work—that’s why fair use is so critical to free speech. So a professional critic is the last person you’d expect to...

hack.summit(“blockchain”)

EFF has been selected as one of the exclusive non-profit partners of hack.summit() which made history for running the largest virtual developer conference of all time (with 80,000+ developers in attendance). As a non-profit partner, we will be receiving funds generated by ticket sales & sponsorships from the event. This...

Cypurr Social

A local organization in the Electronic Frontier Alliance (not EFF) will host this event: Cypurr Social Join The CyPurr Collective for another SUPER FUN SOCIAL. Hang out, meet other tech-minded folks, ask questions on cybersecurity issues, and generally snack out and enjoy the feature presentation...

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