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EFF Condemns Egypt's Latest Crackdown

We are quickly approaching the tenth anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, a powerfully hopeful time in history when—despite all odds—Egyptians rose up against an entrenched dictatorship and shook it from power, with the assistance of new technologies. Though the role of social media has been hotly debated and often overplayed,...

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Doc Stories film series: Coded Bias

Coded BiasPart of Doc Stories film series Film Available to StreamThu, Dec 3 at 12:01 am – Sun, Dec 6 at 11:59 pm PST(Closed captioning will be available for this title.)Live Q&ASat, Dec 5 at 6:00 pm PSTOn Saturday, December 5, EFF Associate Director of Community Organizing, Nathan '...

Victory! Court Protects Anonymity of Security Researchers Who Reported Apparent Communications Between Russian Bank and Trump Organization

Security researchers who reported observing Internet communications between the Russian financial firm Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization in 2016 can remain anonymous, an Indiana trial court ruled last week.The ruling protects the First Amendment anonymous speech rights of the researchers, whose analysis prompted significant media attention and...

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ICANN Can Stand Against Censorship (And Avoid Another .ORG Debacle) by Keeping Content Regulation and Other Dangerous Policies Out of Its Registry Contracts

The Internet’s domain name system is not the place to police speech. ICANN, the organization that regulates that system, is legally bound not to act as the Internet’s speech police, but its legal commitments are riddled with exceptions, and aspiring censors have already used those exceptions in harmful ways. This...

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