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EFF, Antivirus Companies, and Human Rights Groups Launch Coalition to Combat Stalkerware

San Francisco—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Kaspersky, Operation Safe Escape and seven other organizations today launched the Coalition Against Stalkerware to unite and mobilize security software companies and advocates for domestic abuse victims in actions to combat and shut down malicious stalkerware apps.Stalkerware, a type of commercially-available surveillance software...
FOILIES

Submit Your FOIA Horror Stories for The Foilies 2020

Calling all transparency advocates, investigative journalists, and assorted FOIA punks! It’s once again time to submit your nominations for The Foilies—EFF’s annual, tongue-in-cheek awards for outrageous, ridiculous, and infuriating responses to public records requests. Each year during Sunshine Week (March 15-21, 2020), EFF publishes The Foilies to shine light...
Equifax Breach

Equifax Data Breach Update: Backsliding

After Equifax’s calamitous 2017 data breach, its settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the private attorneys representing victims appears to offer two potential remedies to all 147 million American consumers affected: free credit monitoring, or if individuals already had free credit monitoring, an up to $125 cash...

Patent Eligibility and Efforts to Reform It

This year, we have seen concerted efforts by Congress to change the law governing patent eligibility in ways that would rewrite the statutory text and rollback the effect of recent Supreme Court precedents, and we expect to see more ahead. Alex will discuss the state of patent eligibility law today...

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