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Pass the Protecting Data at the Border Act

This blog post was first published in The Hill on September 28, 2017. The federal government sees the U.S. border as a Constitution-free zone. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) claims that border officers—from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)—can freely ransack travelers’ smartphones...
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EFF at the Usenix LISA Conference 2017

Join us at LISA17, the 31st annual LISA conference in San Francisco! Learn about the latest in the movement to protect digital freedom at our booth in the expo hall. You can even donate to get some great swag or become an official EFF member at special reduced levels while...

With Facebook, Twitter in the Crosshairs of Investigators Probing Russian Interference, Let’s Consider The Risks of Applying Election Ad Rules to the Online World

Social media platforms are avenues for typical Americans—those without enough money to purchase expensive television or radio ads—to make their voices part of the national political dialogue. But with news that a Russian company with ties to the Kremlin maintained hundreds of Twitter accounts and purchased $100,000 worth of ...

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