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EFF at HOPE 2022

EFF is excited to be a part of this year's HOPE! After being away for four years, since 2020 was virtual, we're excited to be in person for A New Hope. Be sure to stop by our booth in the expo hall to learn about the latest developments in...

Black Hat USA 2022 - August 6-11

EFF at Black Hat USA 2022

Join EFF at Black Hat Briefings! After two years of being virtual, we're excited to be in person for this year's Black Hat USA. Be sure to stop by our booth in the Business Hall to learn about the latest developments in protecting digital freedoms....

Caught in the Net Report

Amidst Invasion of Ukraine, Platforms Continue to Erase Critical War Crimes Documentation

When atrocities happen—in Mariupol, Gaza, Kabul, or Christchurch—users and social media companies face a difficult question: how do we handle online content that shows those atrocities? Can and should we differentiate between pro-violence content containing atrocities and documentation by journalists or human rights activists? In a conflict, should platforms take...

La EFF ante el Tribunal Europeo: No hay responsabilidad de los intermediarios para los usuarios de las redes sociales

Los tribunales y las legislaturas de todo el mundo están debatiendo acaloradamente hasta qué punto los intermediarios en línea -la cadena de entidades que facilitan o apoyan la expresión en Internet- son responsables del contenido que ayudan a publicar. Una de las cosas que no deberían hacer es responsabilizar legalmente...

What Low-Income People Will Lose with a Deadlocked FCC

When the massive, bipartisan infrastructure package passed Congress, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was tasked with ensuring equal access to broadband access services. That provision is called “Digital Discrimination” and it states, for the first time in federal law, that specifically broadband access cannot be built along the lines of...
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Victory! Maryland Legislature Says Police Must Now Be Trained To Recognize Stalkerware

Maryland's legislature has unanimously passed a bill that will require law enforcement agencies to learn, as part of their standard training, to recognize the common tactics of electronic surveillance and the laws around such activities. This victory will help provide survivors of domestic abuse, intimate partner violence, and other electronic...

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