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Internet Users Deserve More Choice Through Interoperability and Better Privacy. They Can Have Both, EFF Says in White Paper

San Francisco—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today released a white paper outlining how we can usher in a new regime of interoperability aimed at breaking big tech’s grip on users’ Internet experience while still protecting user privacy. In a white paper entitled Privacy Without Monopoly: Data Protection and Interoperability,...

THINK Series DEBATE: Regulating Big Tech, with EFF's International Policy Director

The THINK series is a cornerstone of the University of Essex Education. The series engages with controversial issues that cross disciplines and discuss the issues and moral dilemmas that really matter.The next series event, on February 17, is dedicated to the power, both financial, social and political, possessed by big...

NICAR21: Investigating local police surveillance - Tips from reporters on the ground

EFF Director of Investigations will host a panel at the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) 2021 conference on March 5, 2021 at 12pm PST. Local cops are deploying more and more advanced surveillance technologies, often without analyzing or mitigating the impact on communities, particularly communities of color. This panel...

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EFF, Freedom of the Press Foundation and 22 Other Press Freedom Organizations Call on Attorney General to Drop Assange Prosecution

The prosecution of Julian Assange for charges related to his publications of government documents on the whistleblower website Wikileaks poses a grave threat to press freedom, EFF, Freedom of the Press Foundation and other human rights organizations argue. In an open letter published today, we call on President Biden’s...


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