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Indonesian Court Allows Internet Blocking During Unrest, Tightening Law Enforcement Control Over Users’ Communications and Data

Indonesia’s Constitutional Court dealt another blow to the free expression and online privacy rights of the country’s 191 million internet users, ruling that the government can lawfully block internet access during periods of social unrest. The October decision is the latest chapter in Indonesia’s crackdown on tech platforms,...

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Manifest V3: La política de la web abierta con piel de cordero

Cuando Google presentó Manifest V3 en 2019, los desarrolladores de extensiones web se alarmaron por la cantidad de funcionalidades que se quitarían para las características que proporcionan a los usuarios. Especialmente características como bloquear rastreadores y proporcionar conexiones seguras. Esta nueva iteración de la interfaz de extensiones web de Google...

Digital Rights Updates with EFFector 33.7

Want the latest news on your digital rights? Then you’ve come to the right place! Version 33, issue 7 of EFFector, our monthly-ish newsletter, is out now! Catch up on the latest EFF news, from how Apple is listening and retracting some of its phone-scanning features to how Congress can...


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