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2020 Open Borders Conference

At the 2020 Open Borders Conference, EFF Senior Investigative Researcher Dave Maass will join a panel on "Silicon Valley and Open Borders." He will discuss EFF's research into technology used at the U.S.-Mexico Border and how data flows between agencies, companies and immigration and border security agencies. What: "Silicon Valley...

CyPurr 2020 Holiday Buyer's Guide to Tech

CyPurr 2020 Holiday Buyer's Guide to TechFrom the Organizers:The holidays are upon us again! And quarantine has not slowed down the oncoming parade of new tech items that might be coming your way this season: IOT, voice-activated home devices, techy toys for the kids...oh my! Join the CyPurr Collective—and EFF's...

SeaGL 2020

SeaGL 2020

EFF is proud to be a supporter of this year's SeaGL virtual conference! This grassroots technical summit is dedicated to spreading awareness and knowledge about free/libre/open source software, hardware, and culture. SeaGL 2020 is free to everyone and will be streamed on various platforms, including...

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In an Uncertain World, EFF Will Always Support the Users

EFF turned thirty this year. In our three decades of work, we’ve seen huge shifts in the way technology and the Internet help, harm, and otherwise influence the lives of nearly everyone on the planet—and that includes its enormous influence on electoral politics. Our thirty-year view has allowed us the...

No Police Body Cams Without Strict Safeguards

EFF opposes police Body Worn Cameras (BWCs), unless they come with strict safeguards to ensure they actually promote officer accountability without surveilling the public. Police already have too many surveillance technologies, and deploy them all too frequently against people of color and protesters. We have taken this...

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