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How to Fix the Internet: Don't Be Afraid to Poke the Tigers

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The Breadth of the Fediverse

The Washington Post recently published an op-ed by Megan McArdle titled "Twitter might be replaced, but not by Mastodon or other imitators." The article argues that Mastodon is falling into a common trap for open source projects: building a look-alike alternative which improves things a typical user doesn’t care...

Setting the Record Straight: EFF Statement in Support of FCC Nominee Gigi Sohn

In the last week, a number of dangerous and conspiracy-driven attacks were made against EFF board member Gigi Sohn, an eminently qualified nominee to the Federal Communications Commission. These attacks attempt to twist EFF's long-held positions and commitments into dog whistles against Ms. Sohn. We’d like to set the record...

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El nuevo informe de Internet Lab sobre privacidad de los usuarios muestra el avance de las telcos brasileñas, pero también que mantienen carencias

Los mayores proveedores de conexión a Internet de Brasil han hecho avances moderados en la protección de los datos de los clientes y en la transparencia de sus prácticas de privacidad, pero no cumplen ciertos requisitos para defender los derechos de los usuarios en virtud de la ley de protección...

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Podcast Episode: Don't Be Afraid to Poke the Tigers

What can a bustling electronic components bazaar in Shenzhen, China, tell us about building a better technology future? To researcher and hacker Andrew “bunnie” Huang, it symbolizes the boundless motivation, excitement, and innovation that can be unlocked if people have the rights to repair, tinker, and create. Huang believes that...

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